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Over two million of the poorest people in England are facing rising council tax demands as a result of cuts to the benefits system. New figures reveal that more than 3,600 war widows and ex-servicemen, 400,000 disabled people and 110,000 have been affected as a result of cuts to the council tax relief scheme.
Labour press release Kate Green MP, Labour's Shadow Minister for Disabled People, responding to the Work and Pensions Select Committee's call for an overhaul of W...
Rethink Mental Illness press release The charity Rethink Mental Illness is calling on the Government to take action to improve fit-for-work tests, as a new Work a...
Citizens Advice press release New research from national charity, Citizens Advice, shows 1,600 people a month are seeking help with mandatory reconsideration for ...
The government remains committed to the bedroom tax, a Work and Pensions minister told the Lords today. In response to a question from Baroness Hollis about wheth...
TUC press release Sanctions regime is failing, says TUC Responding today (Tuesday) to the Oakley Review of Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA) sanctions, TUC General Se...
22/07/2014 on House of Lords
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