NICK DILWORTH talks to Ruth Hunt about the bleak winter facing the sick and disabled
Wednesday 16th Dec 2015
posted by Morning Star in Features
The Paddy McGuffin column
Saturday 12th Dec 2015
Cross-bench MPs’ group calls for DWP reform
Thursday 10th Dec 2015
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
Duncan Smith plants job advisers in food charity centres
Thursday 29th Oct 2015
HEARTLESS Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith’s decision to post job advisers in foodbanks is a ploy to blame poor people for their poverty.
The subtext to this stunt is government determination to slur those who frequent foodbanks as work-shy rather than people driven...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
Ruth Hunt talks to NICK DILWORTH about the statistical chicanery denying work assessment victims open justice
Saturday 10th Oct 2015
A SEVERELY ill man was found “fit for work” and had his benefits stripped weeks before he died.
Ricky Neacey, who had chronic liver failure, was forced to fight the decision to axe his jobseeker’s allowance.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) then made...
Thursday 8th Oct 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
TORY welfare axeman Iain Duncan Smith claimed yesterday that tax credits were a “bribe” to the poor and branded protesters “vile.”
The millionaire Work and Pensions Secretary shamelessly defended plans to slash the incomes of working families by £1,300 in...
Wednesday 7th Oct 2015
posted by Luke James in Britain
IAIN DUNCAN SMITH was heckled by angry protesters at a Staffordshire motorway service station yesterday morning.
At around 10am, a couple of eagle-eyed campaigners spotted the Work and Pensions Secretary on his way to the Conservative Party conference in Manchester.
Monday 5th Oct 2015
As government attacks on disabled people become more cruel and audacious, the actions of campaigners will only grow bolder. They’d better be wary, LINDA BURNIP warns
Saturday 3rd Oct 2015