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23 September, 2019

Welfare rights

High Court rules that universal credit minimum income floor is not unlawful
Experience of universal credit claimants is ‘overwhelmingly bad’, Unite survey finds
73 per cent success rate in PIP appeals raises serious question about quality of DWP primary decision making

 

Housing

More than 8 million people in England are living in an unaffordable, insecure or unsuitable home

 

Community care

Labour Party pledges to introduce free personal care for all older people in England

 

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