THE RICH ONLY SLEEP AT NIGHT CAUSE WE LET ‘EM!
- How The Joseph Rowntree Foundation Stopped Worrying And Learned To Love The Tory Party
- Keep The Jobcentre Out Of The NHS – The Fightback Against The Health And Work Programme Starts Now! #donoharm
- How Islington’s Labour Run Council Are Dancing To Iain Duncan Smith’s Tune
- Over Half Of All Businesses Launched On Government Enterprise Scheme Would Be Shut Down Under Universal Credit
- Working Full Time And Think You’re Safe From The Jobcentre? Not If The DWP Get Their Way.
- Big Disability Rides To The Rescue With Too Little Much Too Late
- Iain Duncan Smith and Frank Fucking Field – Two Sides Of The Same Coin
- Chaos In Supported Housing: Almost Half A Million Homes Under Threat As Ministers Dither
- They Are Coming For Our Kids! Jobcentre Harassment To Start From 12 Years Old.
- Same Old Fucking Tories: Government Pledges Millions To Support Traditional Family Values
- To The Fucking Streets – Protesters Bring Traffic To A Standstill In Spontaneous Housing March
- Some Homelessness Charities Are Not What They Seem. Make Sure You’re Not Killing With Kindness.
- Worse than the worst case scenario, £300 Million workfare scheme is a disaster
- Over 100,000 Homeless Children – and the number living long-term in B&Bs doubles in a year
- A Nasty Little Cut That No-one’s Talking About Will Demolish Social Housing For The Young
- RT @boycottworkfare: Caught paying no wages: corporate bargain hunters @Poundstretcher1 in Dundee scottishunemployedworkers.net/2016/02/10/sla… @johnnyvoid https… 1 day ago
- RT @LaurenAlder: @johnnyvoid Hi Johnny, will ya join me in applying for the top HMRC job? Let's fill up their inbox. hmrc.sumofus.org/?akid=17074.21… 1 day ago
- @AnitaBellows12 @jrf_uk I prefer Kellogs 2 days ago
- Shoulda stuck to making fucking chocolates @jrf_uk 2 days ago
- Gaw'd bless you Mr Rowntree I'll work day and night in your factory and perhaps some of it will trickle down to me @jrf_uk 2 days ago
- ‘First, do no harm’: are disability assessments associated with adverse trends in mental health? A longitudinal ecological studySearch Home Abstract PDF Current Issue Archive Online First J Epidemiol Community Health doi:10.1136/jech-2015-206209 Research report ‘First, do no harm’: are disability assessments associated with adverse trends in mental health? A longitudinal ecological study Foreword by Black Triangle – In … Continue reading →
- ‘First, do no harm’: are disability assessments associated with adverse trends in mental health? A longitudinal ecological study
- Sanctions centre plus: open all hours?Roll up! Roll up! The first oral evidence session for the Works and Pensions Committee inquiry on ‘in-work progression in Universal Credit’ began on 3 February. This is all about ‘in-work conditionality’, where low-earning workers receiving top-up benefits such as Working Tax Credit and Housing Benefit will be subject to the tender attentions currently enjoy […]
- Sanctions centre plus: open all hours?
- IDS is not a happy bunnySee below Duncan Smith’s furious response to Frank Field’s letter (chair of the Work and Pensions Committee) about mounting evidence of deaths of social security claimants while Duncan Smith has been in charge. A spokesperson for DPAC said “The response about why DWP does not collect data about claimant deaths is bullshit. If there is… Continue Reading IDS i […]
- IDS is not a happy bunny
- THIS BLOG IS NOW CLOSED FOR GOODWhen the mode of the music changes the walls of the city shake.
- THIS BLOG IS NOW CLOSED FOR GOOD
- Universal Credit Gets Nearer….Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid.Job Centre ‘Coach’ Let’s Mask Slip. But……the Good News is Coming! Harlow Star (9th Febrary) brings the Tidings of Comfort and Joy: A new single monthly payment to replace six existing types of benefit has been introduced in Harlow. Universal Credit replaces Jobseekers Allowance, Employment and Support Allowance, Income Support, Child Tax Credit, Working Ta […]
- Universal Credit Gets Nearer….Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid.
- Read our February 2016 newsletterToday, Netpol supporters received our February 2016 newsletter in their email in-boxes. It is now also available online here. If you would like to receive future email updates, sign up to Netpol’s ‘announcements’ list here. We would also like to ask for your help: if you think the work we undertake is important and worth …
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- Site www.refuted.org.uk no longer updated from today, August 1st 2015As of August 1st 2015 this site will no longer being updated, therefore any rights based information can no longer be relied upon. However, as most of the website is based upon and refers to Freedom of information Act (FOIA) … Continue reading →
- Site www.refuted.org.uk no longer updated from today, August 1st 2015