#JFMOS Michael O’Sullivan scandal: DWP twice pushed dad-of-two to suicide bid

Disabled Michael O’Sullivan had already tried to take his own life once before because of government attempts to force him back to work

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#IndyRef New Scottish Government Expert Group on Welfare Report: Scrap Work Capability Assessments, Workfare and Benefit Sanctions Regime

  Re-thinking Welfare: Fair, Personal and Simple Wednesday, June 4, 2014 ISBN: 9781784125400 This is the 2nd report of the Expert Working Group on Welfare looking at the medium and long term options for welfare in an independent Scotland. Executive … Continue reading →

British Disability Rights Abuses: ‘UK Government Refuses to Accept Responsibility for Crimes Against Humanity’ – a report by Mo Stewart

Please sign this petition and encourage friends, family and your networks to do the same: LETTER TO THE ICC AT THE HAGUE RE: MISTREATMENT OF UK SICK AND/OR DISABLED PEOPLE   UK Government Refuses to Accept Responsibility for Crimes Against … Continue reading →

Letter to The Guardian: ‘Grim toll of the government’s fit-for-work tests’ ~ Black Triangle, DPAC, Inclusion London & Others

BLACK TRIANGLE, DPAC & OTHERS LETTER TO THE GUARDIAN: ‘The UK government and opposition should follow the Scottish government’s pledge that private for-profit companies are removed entirely from having anything to do with the assessment of disabled people.’

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Black Triangle Disabled People Against Cuts DPAC and WoW Petition Joint Statement on the Bizarre ATOS Exit Strategy from the DWP WCA Contract

Black Triangle DPAC and WoW Petition Joint Statement on the Bizarre ATOS Exit Strategy from the DWP WCA Contract

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Pauper management by G4S, Serco and Atos is inspired by a punitive past

The coaltion’s use of private companies to manage the most vulnerable amongst us is inspired by half a millennium of Poor Laws

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Eight Trades Union general secretaries attack Rachel Reeves for her ‘tougher than Tories’ welfare pledge

Eight union leaders attack Labour’s newly promoted employment spokeswoman for ‘bashing the victims of failure’

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How the SNP can still win the vote for an independent Scotland: The Yes camp can turn the debate around by focusing on the dismantling of the welfare state south of the border

The YES Scotland campaign can turn the debate around by focusing on the dismantling of the welfare state south of the border

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It’s immoral to have food banks in one of the world’s richest countries: “These ‘genetically poor’ folk are returning food because they cannot afford to heat it up”

‘Genetically poor’ folk are returning food from the foodbank because they cannot afford to heat it up

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‘The Tories are creating a hostile environment – not just for migrants’ : It doesn’t matter if policies work – only that they come down hard on “malingerers” and migrants

With an election not far away, it doesn’t matter if policies work – only that they come down hard on “malingerers” and migrants, writes John Harris

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