Proposed reforms incentivise family breakdown, according to the OCCE The Office of the Children’s Commissioner for England has issued an assessment of the impact of the Welfare Reform Bill which highlights the risks to children’s rights. The purpose of the assessment is … Continue reading →
Ex Black Triangle Campaign Webmaster & Media Coordinator.
Cam plan is so sick ROBBING the sick to plug a black hole created by the excesses of greedy bankers could be the Government’s most immoral act yet. Cancer victims shouldn’t suffer financially because the bonus brigade in the City … Continue reading →
I wonder if David Cameron is starting to get the message yet? If not, let me spell it out. His much-vaunted Welfare Reforms are proving to be something of a turkey. In the first instance, his disability proposals were rejected … Continue reading →
After a rare bone disease nearly killed him, Mark Sparrow had to stop working and now fears the ESA and DLA cuts. From April this year, many disabled people will be facing a total loss of their sickness benefits. Employment support … Continue reading →
More than 30 benefits claimants have died while appealing against a judgment that they were fit to work, official figures show, leading to accusations the system is in chaos. Tribunal centres across the UK, including in Scotland, are also being … Continue reading →