Sue Marsh writes about the DWP’s refusal to send anyone on the radio to debate her on the ESA cuts.
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In advance of the DWP releasing heavily-spun figures, Steve Griffiths counters claims in the press that suggest that disability welfare is often wrongly claimed.
Ann Milnes Roberts attempts to explain the lives behind the DLA cuts.
Alex Hern presents the clash between disability campaigner Sue Marsh and employment minister Chris Grayling from last night’s Newsnight.
The welfare reform bill will penalise the disabled, those working class communities who live in inner cities and second-earners who work over 16 hours a week.
Alex Hern argues that the multi-million pound cost of hiring new judges to deal with the appeal backlog for welfare cases shows yet again the false economy of the cuts.
Shadow equalities minister Kate Green writes about her success in getting the government to accept and amendment which will equalise tariffs for disability hate crime.