Ruth Hunt talks to welfare rights expert NICK DILWORTH about the DWP’s love of maliciously prosecuting people who accidentally break complex benefit rules
Monday 3rd Aug 2015
posted by Morning Star in Features
CHARLOTTE HUGHES examines the case of a man who barely survived the hell and hunger of the DWP’s ‘workfare,’ only to receive help from a surprising quarter
Thursday 30th Jul 2015
Caring for a disabled child is difficult enough without the DWP deciding to cut off your carer’s allowance. Clive Arnold talks to MANDY KIRSOPP
Wednesday 15th Jul 2015
A SEVERELY disabled boy’s family won an “incredible” landmark battle against the government in the Supreme Court yesterday after his disability benefit was docked while he suffered in hospital.
Craig Mathieson, whose son Cameron died in October 2012 aged five,...
Thursday 9th Jul 2015
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
NICK DILWORTH, welfare activist and exposer of DWP lies, talks exclusively to Ruth Hunt
Wednesday 8th Jul 2015
DWP chief had his credit line suspended after splashing out on Commons card
Thursday 2nd Jul 2015
posted by Luke James in Britain
Work and Pensions chief ‘welcomes’ spiralling charity use
Friday 26th Jun 2015
Random police-style interrogations of benefits claimants are the latest and lowest attempt to force Britain’s most vulnerable into filling the fiscal hole created by bankers, writes CHARLOTTE HUGHES
Tuesday 23rd Jun 2015
WELFARE-TO-WORK schemes for which profiteers get payment by results (PBR) were dealt a major blow yesterday as auditors warned they might create “perverse incentives” for the providers.
The damning assessment by the National Audit Office (NAO) showed that central government...
Friday 19th Jun 2015
posted by Paddy McGuffin in Britain
Campaigners demand the truth of how many have died after being sent back to work by Iain Duncan Smith’s hated work capability assessments
Thursday 18th Jun 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain