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NationalAuditOffice Jun 14
has taken significantly longer to roll-out than intended, may cost more than the benefits system it replaces, and the DWP will never be able to measure whether it has achieved its stated goal of increasing employment. Our new report:
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Karen Jun 15
Why has it taken so long for the devastating affect of to make it into the news? It was obvious from the start that it would cause extreme hardship. 5 weeks minimum wait and only accessible online for people with no savings or internet! It’s not rocket science
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Child Poverty Action Jun 14
Our response to today’s report on
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Diane Abbott Jun 15
Labour has long argued that roll out was botched. Now a public spending watchdog says we were right
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Gina Miller Jun 15
Through our charity work, we've heard the human stories of the failing in the system on the vulnerable. Damning report by Govt's own Audit Office - difficult to access online & irregular payments. Ian Duncan Smith's flagship policy!
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Jeremy Corbyn Jun 15
The flagship social security policy is a disaster. They were warned over and over again about its awful impact. They must halt its rollout now so that no one else is pushed into poverty.
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Charlotte Hughes Jun 14
Here we have it. isn’t working for most. Its inadequate and is designed to fail and they aren’t in a rush to change it. Why should they, its doing their job for them punishing the poor for their own poverty. Read my blog.
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Alex Jun 10
Dear I'm on . I'm disabled, I can't leave my house often, Atos decided to overrule my Dr's & class me fit. Now you deduct £125 a month of my £319. I have £190 a month for bills and food Why is there a towards disabled people?
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Debbie Abrahams MP Jun 14
'Arrangements for the delivery of for severly disabled people are discriminatory and unlawful' the judgement of the High Court just delivered.
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Jack, but online 🌐 Jun 14
was never about helping people get back into work nor delivering better value for money. It was cruel dogma aimed at killing the working class. is Tory murder.
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Dan Lewis (CWU NW Chair) Jun 16
Man Killed Himself After Being Denied - Landlord describes disastrous consequences of failed Tory benefit system
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Michael Rosen Jun 15
I heard a Tory defending on the grounds that it 'gets people into work'. Precisely. It's a way of enforcing low pay. Forcing people into work where employers know they can get away with lowest pay, zero hours, phony self-employed contracts. Vote Torillion!
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I was a JSA claimant Jun 14
Govt's acted unlawfully in discriminating against disabled people by taking “essential benefits” from severely disabled claimants, the High Court has ruled
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Debbie Abrahams MP Jun 14
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I was a JSA claimant Jun 17
In 2017 a landlord called James O'Brien about a tenant who was waiting for his payment. He called again to update him on the situation. The man had killed himself Original video clips:
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Karen Jun 15
With the summer holidays around the corner please support your local food banks and help prevent children going hungry this summer, parents on have to wait a minimum of 5weeks for any money
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DWP Jun 16
Anyone claiming can apply for an advance which can be paid on the same day if someone is in urgent need
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james Jun 16
I see I’m not the only 1 to think this. I’d love to know how someone “in and out of hospital” with a wheelchair can be deemed fit to work?? I’m all up for eliminating the benefit cheats, you can’t do it by punishing people who actually need them.
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