Labour to End ‘fit for Work’ tests and ‘punitive’ Benefit Sanctions Regime. Now Labour Should Adopt the ‘Welfare Charter’.

Ipswich Unemployed Action.

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Labour Should Now Adopt the Welfare Charter.

Labour pledge to scrap ‘discredited’ fit for work tests and ‘punitive’ benefit sanctions

Welfare Weekly.

Labour Conference: Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary, Debbie Abrahams MP, also said being on social security shouldn’t mean having to live in poverty.

“I want to change the culture of our social security system and how the public see it. I believe that, like the NHS, it is based on principles of inclusion, support and security for all, assuring us of our dignity and the basics of life were we to fall on hard times or become incapacitated, giving us a hand up, not a hand out.

“Work should always pay more than being on social security, but being in work shouldn’t mean living in poverty and neither should being on social security.

“The Labour Party has already pledged to get rid of the discriminatory and unfair Bedroom…

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