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DWP Apr 24
Under , there aren't any limits to how many hours you can work and your work coach will support you every step of the way
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Laura Pidcock MP Apr 25
Pls watch, this is absolutely terrible. A combination of the lack of genuinely affordable housing & the inaccessibility & callousness of is shutting young, vulnerable people out of our social security system & shoving them onto the streets. Shocking. Via
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DWP Press Office Apr 24
Have you seen the on ? See the top 5 facts below:
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Dr Philippa Whitford Apr 18
Paying to 1 account per couple risks trapping victims in abusive relationships. DWP ask women to apply for split payments which 85% of abuse survivors said could make abuse worse. Sign my petition to support default
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DWP Apr 24
We've removed the 7 waiting days for so no one has to wait 6 weeks for their first payment
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WorkingClassLivesMatter #LoveNHS Apr 23
A poor mother dependent on , wouldn't get a penny more of she'd had a 3rd child this morning,
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Dr Jay Watts Apr 23
New figures - huge increase in food bank use in areas where has been rolled out compared to other areas. Plus massive increase overall. Please look at these horrifying graphs .
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Kate B Apr 23
Everybody I interview at foodbanks is in rent arrears, usually as a result of delays. Like - EVERYBODY is in rent arrears. Who was the bloody clown who decided to roll housing benefit into Universal Credit. IDS I suppose. Housing benefit should stay with council
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Steve Topple Apr 24
Wow. It's quite overwhelming seeing the British press and Liberal/leftie commentariat suddenly become interested in . Probably because it's "acceptable" activists talking about it. While groups like have been screaming for years.
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Aisha Apr 18
Small but VERY important outside Parliament now
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DWP Press Office Apr 24
In January 2018, advances increased to 100% and people can repay them over 12 months
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Dr Jay Watts Apr 18
Please join us protesting against and insisting . Here are the DPAC leaflets we are giving out to consciousness raise.
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Abby Jitendra Apr 25
Amazing to be able to present my report, 'Left Behind', in Parliament, in front of decision-makers and alongside people with real experience of poverty, about the impact of on foodbanks
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I was a JSA claimant Apr 18
'Some tell us they are going back because it might be easier.': Demelza Lobb, of Refuge, warns delays forcing women back into abusive relationships
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Dr Jay Watts Apr 18
A huge crowd of us, disabled activists speaking out loudly and insistently on the horrendous cost of . Lives ruined and lost. People degraded and dehumanised. .
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Deanne Ferguson Apr 24
A 52% rise for those who needed food parcels because of the introduction of & a further increase in working families requiring its an absolute scandal. And a political choice!
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Laura Pidcock MP Apr 18
Totally uplifting to walk out of Parliament to meet the demo against today: some of the best activists there are, who have been highlighting & protesting against injustice for too long. We need a fair, decent social security system for all.
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Dr Jay Watts Apr 17
Disabled People Against Cuts protests against tomorrow. Please attend a protest, join a twitterstorm, write to your MP, do something in solidarity. Check out for details
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Bernadette Meaden Apr 19
Government has made Britain a for people who are poor, ill, disabled or in need of support. Homelessness and hunger increase as social security is replaced by institutionalised bullying.
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Hunger stalks our land: The demand for charity food parcels from people with no money to buy food shows little sign of abating. As The...
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