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Ten disabled people launch legal challenge against Government's 'spare bedroom tax'

Ten disabled people launch legal challenge against Government's 'spare bedroom tax' | Gov and law- Amanda | Scoop.it
A LEGAL challenge has been launched on behalf of ten disabled people who fear their benefits could be cut under the Government's
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Ten people with disabilities and their families are loosing up to 14 to 25 percent of their benefits and are going to go talk to the government about this. They want the court to say that the new regulations are not fair.

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MsHaeussinger's comment, March 10, 2013 4:51 PM
Interesting story, however, are you aware this happened in the UK?
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Disabled people on government work schemes ‘deserve better’

Disabled people on government work schemes ‘deserve better’ | Gov and law- Amanda | Scoop.it

The failure of the coalition’s two programmes to help disabled people into work has highlighted the need for much more intensive employment support, according to one of the government’s own advisers.

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This story is about how People with disabilities now a days don't have very many job options and a source says that they should make more job options and choices for them to chose from

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Melaina Borchert's comment, March 3, 2013 10:19 PM
I agree. I think we should give disabled people more job options.
Tanner Schatzel's curator insight, March 7, 2013 8:57 AM

I like how they are trying to make people who are disabled have better jobs. It is really nice and they deserve it. They did not choose to be disabled so they should have the same choices we have.

Noah Duncan's comment, March 10, 2013 12:24 AM
I feel that it is very beneficial to everyone especially those who have disabilities and cannot perform to normal standards. I think that the government is taking a step in the right direction by helping those that cannot do it on their own.