Category Archives: Sue Marsh

Did Government misrepresent Professor Harrington’s view on Employment and Support Allowance rollout?

I’ve written many times about the problems with the Government’s Work Capability Assessment, the tool, implemented by ATOS, used to decide who qualifies for Employment and Support Allowance. The WCA was first introduced by Labour for new ESA claimants in … Continue reading

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Are you fit to work?

How do you know if you’re fit to go to work? You would think, wouldn’t you, that being able to get ready and out, get yourself to your place of work, work your shift and get home again would be … Continue reading

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What should the Spartacus Report mean for the Welfare Reform Bill? #spartacusreport

Disability campaigners, including Diary of a Benefit Scrounger author Sue Marsh have today released a report, Responsible Reform, which is highly critical of the Government’s plans to reform disability benefits. Under the plans, Disability Living Allowance will be renamed Personal Independence … Continue reading

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