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Former spy agency contractor tells magazine that attempt to link him to FSB are 'absurd'
A report published today by Just Fair finds that the UK government is in breach of its legal obligations to respect, protect and fulfill the human rights of disabled people.
For anyone wanting to see what the new “wonder dressing” has done to my leg ulcer, click on Continue reading… to access the pic If you don’t – and it’s not pleasant (it hasn’t been enhanced beyond ...
The socio-political perspective. Some people often use the "freedom of speech" plea to justify their prejudice. They say they have a right to express their thoughts. But speech is an intentional AC...
Natural gas can't be a "bridge fuel" unless we crack down on methane leaks, he tells Climate Desk.
The Shadow Work Secretary also talked tough on migrant workers sending child benefit to families back home, claiming it's "not affordable"
Staff trying to stop reported sexual abuse were told they needed evidence - so they used the girl as 'bait' but then forgot about her, a lawsuit claims
It seems our friends at Benefits and Work are a little behind the times. In an article headlined ESA death statistics – DWP say they will publish details, but won’t say when, BaW detailed the (lack...
Policy could be dumped within months if it wins election next year
It would appear the DWP are up to their tricks again - threatening sick and disabled people with withdrawal of benefits unless they attend Work Focussed Interviews - Even those of us in the Support...
At three foot six and with brittle bone disease, Marie is constantly adapting to looking after her growing baby Mark. And Marie and her husband Dan are finding often it’s the simplest adaptations t...
Rachel Reeves insists foreigners should not be able to come to Britain and claim benefits from "day one"
Natasha Pogson, 28, says she was made to feel "stupid" before the DWP slashed her benefits and declared she needs to get a job
New ‘affordable working rent’ links payment level to household income
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A woman who was evicted from her home of almost 30 years after being unable to pay a £210 bedroom tax bill is now homeless in Lincoln. Carol Sutherland had been getting by on her dead...