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The Labour Party wants to scrap PIP assessments and Universal Credit and wants to bring them in-house, what does this mean?

I previously argued based on a report from Demos that the ill and disabled should be handled in-house by the Department of Health and Social Care which is a Government

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Current UK homes are not fit for the modern world and will be even less fit in the future

According to a 2014 study, UK homes have less space than in any other European country and are being branded “Shoebox” houses. The average house size in the UK is

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The Job Centres should be run locally by the council and sick and disabled people should be handled by the Department of Health and Social Care

The DWP is incapable of adapting to the needs of the ill and disabled when it comes to job seeking. According to a Demos study, “It is not possible for

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Businesses should be giving workers the choice of having their wage paid weekly to help break the poverty trap

Businesses should be giving workers the choice of having their wage paid weekly to help break the poverty trap. People are being trapped in poverty after having to claim Universal

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Malnutrition caused by the Government does not mean doctors should be prescribing food

Malnutrition caused by the Government does not mean doctors should be prescribing food, this costs the already struggling NHS when there are better ways of providing nutrition to those in

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Scrap the age banding and Apprentice rate and raise the minimum wage to a genuine £10/hour

The UK Green Party long proposed raising the minimum wage to a genuine £10/hr, this will ensure people in full time work earn around £2,000/month, that’s £24,000/year. Not every young

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GMCR has installed solar arrays on 8 state schools and community centres around Greater Manchester

GMCR (Greater Manchester Community Renewables) has currently installed solar arrays on 8 state schools and community centres around Greater Manchester, they are putting an effort in to cut down on

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The responsibilities of Food Banks should be put into the hands of commercial and industrial businesses which work in the food and drinks sector

UK businesses selling food and drinks are producing tonnes of waste each year. When stuff doesn’t sell once it has been reduced on the shelves, it is thrown straight into

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