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Disabled people are being forced to pay up to £550 a month more on essential items than able-bodied people. According to a report by the charity Scope, firms are overcharging for things such as taxi fares, specially adapted cars and even cutlery.
Citizens Advice press release “Unfit for purpose” ESA is biggest problem for Citizens Advice clients Ahead of a Select Committee hearing today looking into sup...
Work and Pensions Committee press release Disability benefit delays unacceptable, say MPs The length of time disabled people are having to wait to find out if ...
PCS union press release The closure of the Independent Living Fund announced by the government today (6) is a devastating blow for the thousands of disabled peopl...
Citizens Advice press release New system of disability support “clearly not yet fit for purpose” The Chief Executive of national charity, Citizens Advice has s...
Dame Anne Begg said the Government should have "pulled the plug" on Atos's work capability assesment contract earlier. "We signed the original contract but in fac...
25/02/2014 on Daily Politics, BBC Two
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