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Abolition of the Work Related Activity?

By: A.C. From the time of the announcement of the changes to be brought in on ESA/WRAG by Damian Green and Jeremy Hunt at the Tory Party Conference in September, a bit of confusion has reigned over ESA and what will … Continue reading

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What’s Going On With Cuts to Benefits?

By: A.C. Over the last few days, I’ve tried to find out if the recent statements about PIP/DLA being scrapped also included the legislation which was forced through by Ian Duncan Smith after the Lords had sent the legislation back for … Continue reading

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ESA changes and Burns

By: A.C. It is ironic that on 25 January, 257 years since the birthday of Robert Burns, when thousands of Scots and others will toast the immortal memory of the Scots’ National Bard, the controversial Work and Welfare Reform Bill … Continue reading

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WRAG And The Budget

By: A.C. I watched the Budget on Wednesday 8 July 2015 and found my blood–pressure rising as IDS fist–pumped the air, and mouthed “Fantastic” as George Osborne announced the Welfare Cuts  The relevant, and almost incidental reference by George Osborne … Continue reading

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