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Tory peer attacks McVey over ‘litany of inaccuracies’ on Motability

A Tory peer has accused work and pensions secretary Esther McVey of making a series of untrue statements about the Motability car scheme to fellow MPs.

Legal advice concerns after government abandons search for new contractors

Lawyers and campaigners have raised fresh concerns about the government’s approach to providing legal advice to people who need help with discrimination and special educational needs (SEN) cases, after ministers abandoned efforts to award new contracts in those areas.

The PIP Files: DWP documents show ‘absolutely shocking’ failure on further...

Outsourcing companies have been failing to request vital evidence from GPs and social workers that would help disabled people secure the benefits they are entitled to.

DWP promises no-one will lose out in huge review of 1.6...

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has promised that no disabled people will have their benefits reduced because of its decision to review 1.6 million personal independence payment (PIP) claims.

My Disability Matters Launches With Survey For All Disabled Community

My Disability Matters has launched to provide disability news, opinion and discussion including the NDIS in Australia.