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Cameron’s promise to release ESA death statistics is a life-threatening con trick
ILF protestors attempt to get into Commons chamber
IDS condemns ‘absurd’, ‘disgraceful’ and ‘unbelievable’ questions about ESA death statistics
IDS promises ‘utmost kindness’ for disabled claimants ‘who cannot manage’ – but refuses to rule out ESA and PIP cuts for the rest
Child poverty figures to be rigged to allow tax credit cuts
17 June 2015 newsletter
1 in 3 ESA claimants waiting more than 8 months for a decision
British Medical Journal condemns forced psychological testing and training of claimants
Completely overhaul the WCA, British Psychological Society demands
Tomlinson refuses to delay DLA to PIP transfers due to start in October
Harriet Harman joins Labour’s claimant hate campaign
Court rules PIP delays unlawful, but disability minister mocks ‘absurd’ claim disabled have human right to timely support
Petition calls for publication of ESA death statistics
3 June 2015 Newsletter
DWP’s dangerous new guidance on ESA substantial risk safety net
MPs to get 10% pay rise whilst benefits face 10% cut
Work programme providers put ESA claimants lives at risk by not doing costly pre-sanction home visits
Labour leadership hopefuls queue to kick claimants - even in speech to tax avoidance auditors
BBC launches anti-claimant poverty porn ‘Hunger Games’ show
ESA death statistics may never see light of day