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Read the latest insights from our team on the personal stories, policy developments and opportunities for change we work towards
The Benefit Cap: after a damning indictment of one of the Government’s flagship welfare reform policies, the question now is what happens next?
Marc Francis reflects on the Work and Pensions Select Committee's recent report on the Benefit Cap and writes about next steps.
Blocked from bidding: FOIs reveal Boroughs blocking homeless families on Universal Credit from successfully bidding for permanent accommodation
Daniel writes a piece based on one of his complaints and Freedom of Information requests revealing which Boroughs are effectively blocking homeless families on Universal Credit from successfully bidding for social housing because they are automatically in arrears.
DWP Letters to GPs: Why it Matters
Raji writes about our #ScraptheLetters campaign which launched on Monday calling on the department for work and pensions to withdraw their misleading and damaging letters telling GPs to withhold sick notes from the ill and disabled people seeking Employment and Support Allowance.