Welfare Weekly 10 February 2019

10 February 2019Welfare Weekly

Twin brothers found hanging from the same tree after benefits stoppedTwin brothers found hanging from the same tree after benefits stopped

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Over 75's could be forced to cut back on food and heating to watch TVOver 75’s could be forced to cut back on food and heating to watch TV

 

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Nearly half of children in private rented homes are living in povertyNearly half of children in private rented homes are living in poverty

 

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Labour pledge £2,600 per year pay rise for Britain's low-paidLabour pledge £2,600 per year pay rise for Britain’s low-paid

 

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Thousands die within months of being refused disability benefits, DWP minister admitsThousands die within months of being refused disability benefits, DWP minister admits

 

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Half of Universal Credit claimants 'struggling to keep a roof over their heads'Half of Universal Credit claimants ‘struggling to keep a roof over their heads’

 

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Mentally ill man 'forced to sleep on the streets' after Universal Credit slashedMentally ill man ‘forced to sleep on the streets’ after Universal Credit slashed

 

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More than 600 people quit work every day to care for older and disabled relativesMore than 600 people quit work every day to care for older and disabled relatives

 

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Disabled dad 'starving and freezing to death' after benefits axedDisabled dad ‘starving and freezing to death’ after benefits axed

 

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DWP staff told to use 'deflection scripts' to deter Universal Credit claimantsDWP staff told to use ‘deflection scripts’ to deter Universal Credit claimants

 

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