900,000 disabled people are waiting a combined 118,000 years longer than intended for assessments and decisions on crucial support.
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Benefit fraud accounted for just 0.7 per cent of welfare spending in 2013/2014, according to new government figures published today.
Austerity not only drives the growing inequality in our society, it drives the divisiveness that demonises the migrant, the welfare claimant or the public sector worker.
Labour must prove it has changed its spots since the days of hiring Lord Freud as welfare reform adviser under Tony Blair.
Without the safety net of a welfare system, many under-25s have no other means of supporting themselves.
Cameron is blaming those on benefits for his government’s failure to grow the economy and control inflation.