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Disabled people are being trapped in an assessment nightmare by routinely undergoing a barrage of evaluations under the current benefits regime, with dangerous impacts on their health and personal lives, the chief of a major welfare testing scheme
Nothing not one of his programmes has worked as planned.' Photograph: Dave Thompson/PA She calls it: "Heartbreaking, truly astonishing, I've never seen anything like this." Emma Cross is a senior Macmillan Cancer Support benefits adviser, and she
Jeff Overs/BBC/PA Ministers have been forced to intervene and deploy civil servants to shore up a private company struggling to clear a backlog of medical assessments for payments to tens of thousands of terminally ill, sick and disabled people.
Reports of PIP claims involving accidents that appear to have been intentionally caused fell from 712 in 2012 to 328 last year, the nonprofit National Insurance Crime Bureau found in a study. Overall, questionable PIP claims filed in Florida dropped
29 March 2014 13 shares 1 View comments Shameless bosses of cosmetic surgery firms that go bankrupt and leave patients in the lurch are to be blocked from running new health clinics. A Government crackdown will mean the directors of surgery firms
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People with disabilities and severe illnesses are being made to wait for more than six months to find out if they are eligible for financial support from the Government under a controversial new benefits system. In a highly critical report, a
Japanese For Gamers For certain game genres and amongst large portions of the gaming community, Japan is where it's at. Japan has been pumping out critically acclaimed and hugely popular games whose titles are often barely even heard in the English
N.Y. able to keep smoother surface After getting off a plane at Newark Liberty International Airport last week, Mark Roth made the mistake of asking a cabdriver to take him home to Old Tappan via the Palisades Interstate Parkway. "He refused,"
Disabled people are facing "distress and financial difficulties" owing to the slow processing of claims under a new benefit scheme, a report has found. Claimants for the new Personal Independence Payment (PIP) were having to wait weeks longer than