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UK housing crisis deepens as benefit claimants priced out by high rents | Society | The Guardian
LHA is relied upon by 1.2m households to rent private accommodation but it has been frozen since 2016 and will continue to be frozen until at least 2020 as part of welfare cuts.

Council bosses have said that with private rents continuing to rise, sharp falls in affordability over the last three years are causing homelessness and child neglect as families cut back on essentials including food to make up rent shortfalls.
LHA  welfare  state  poverty  tax  rent  Council  Austerity  DWP  segregation  Disabled  slum  trap  public  health  inequality  homelessness  homeless  social  housing  NHS  mental  prevention 
11 days ago by asterisk2a
One Family’s Fight Against A Broken Special Needs System Shows The Hard Reality Of Theresa May’s Broken Promises
While the Conservative government unravels, a funding crisis is depriving children with disabilities of essential services and pushing them out of mainstream schools.
UK  Council  Austerity  education  policy  special  needs  Disabled  disability  poverty  trap  DWP  ESA 
27 days ago by asterisk2a
(865) Universal credit's housing sanctions - you'll wish you didn't know - don't have nightmares ! - YouTube
minimum wage = cant afford rent
ask for housing benefit through universal credit
will be asked to work more hours and get higher pay, to get out of universal credit
if you do not, get sanctioned, thus you work, can't get find better work or more hours (35hrs +), can't pay rent ...
... so much for burning injustice
Universal  Credit  DWP  sanctions  welfare  state  UK  working  poor  poverty  trap  housing  benefit  support  minimum  wage  nasty  party  Austerity  neoliberalism  CON-servatives  Conservative  Theresa  May  tax  child  taxcredit  homeless  Homelessness  Council 
8 weeks ago by asterisk2a
Coming soon: the great universal credit deception | Aditya Chakrabortty | Opinion | The Guardian
What follows is an elaborate media strategy to manufacture a Whitehall fantasy, one in which the benefits system is running like a dream while a Conservative government generously helps people on the escalator to prosperity. It begins at the end of this month with a giant advert wrapped around the cover of the Metro newspaper; inside will be a further four-page advertorial feature. This will “myth-bust the common inaccuracies reported on UC”. What’s more, “the features won’t look or feel like DWP or UC – you won’t see our branding … We want to grab the readers’ attention and make them wonder who has done this ‘UC uncovered’ investigation.”
DWP  Universal  Credit  ESA  nasty  party  Conservative  CON-servative 
9 weeks ago by asterisk2a
Unemployment can place a psychological burden on people by frustrating access to several psychological needs, such as a sense of purpose, suggests a new study (n=1,143 over 2.5 years). : psychology
Unemployment can place a psychological burden on people by frustrating access to several psychological needs, such as a sense of purpose, suggests a new study (n=1,143 over 2.5 years).
mental  health  Universal  Credit  DWP  NHS  unemployment  Psychology 
10 weeks ago by asterisk2a
Benefits spending: Five charts on the UK's £100bn bill - BBC News
Much of the £100bn per year we spend on working-age benefits is there to tackle deep problems created by low pay, high housing costs and ill health.
DWP  welfare  state  ESA  Disabled  housing  crisis  poverty  working  poor  Austerity  Universal  Credit  stigma  prejudice 
march 2019 by asterisk2a
Mentally ill people more at risk of losing benefits, study shows | Society | The Guardian
The findings are based on government data about 327,000 people with either type of health condition who switched from receiving DLA to personal independence payments (PIP) between April 2013 and October 2016.

The findings raise fresh questions over whether people who are struggling with mental ill health are at a disadvantage when they have to negotiate the benefits system.
DWP  mental  health  Universal  Credit  Austerity  NHS  DLA  PIP  ESA  JSA  sanction  UK 
january 2019 by asterisk2a
Unfit DWP should be axed, says thinktank | Society | The Guardian
Ministers should consider abolishing the Department for Work and Pensions after its failure to help ill and disabled people out of poverty, a leading thinktank has said. [....] Tom Pollard, the report’s author, spent 18 months at the DWP on secondment from mental health charity Mind. By the end of his time there he concluded that the “DWP is institutionally and culturally incapable of making the reforms needed to achieve such a shift in outcomes for ill and disabled people, or for ‘harder-to-help’ groups more widely”. [...] The report concludes that while the DWP has been able to help people with minor difficulties into employment, the outcomes are “much poorer when it comes to supporting people with more complex needs”, such as the ill, disabled, older people, those with drug and alcohol problems, ex-prisoners and the homeless. [...] It calls for the DWP to be stripped of responsibility for these hard-to-help groups, with the health department and NHS helping the ill find work, local government taking over Jobcentre Plus, and benefits and pensions delivered by HMRC. The charitable sector could also be given a bigger role. [...] It accuses the department of seeing claimants through a “benefits lens”, in which conditions were placed on their payments as a way of forcing them into work. He warns that the department’s reputation among many groups is now so bad that it may prove impossible and expensive to improve. “A bad reputation is far harder to lose than a good one,” he writes.
WCA  ESA  Disabled  mental  health  DWP  Universal  Credit  Council  Austerity  Privatisation  welfare  state 
january 2019 by asterisk2a
Amber Rudd’s denial of the benefits crisis takes political spin to a new level | Frances Ryan | Opinion | The Guardian
The facade did not last long. On the eve of the Brexit vote, the DWP snuck out a change to pension credits that could see couples on universal credit lose as much as £7,000 a year.
Benefits rule changes could cost pensioners in UK thousands a year
From 15 May, new pensioners with partners under 65 can no longer claim pension credit - new pensioners whose partners are younger than the state retirement age of 65 can no longer claim a means-tested top-up called pension credit.

Instead they will be forced to claim the much less generous universal credit alongside their younger partners.

The couple rate of universal credit is £114.81 a week compared with £255.25 for a couple receiving pension credit. This amounts to a potential loss of £7,320 a year.

&! There is perhaps no greater skewer to this narrative than the fact some MPs have called for the introduction of a minister for hunger.
DWP  Universal  Credit  Austerity  CON-servative  Conservative  Pension  poverty  nasty  welfare  state  food  hunger  deprivation  trap 
january 2019 by asterisk2a
Four single mothers win high court benefits battle against DWP | Society | The Guardian
The ruling upstaged an announcement by the work and pensions secretary, Amber Rudd, of her plans to scrap a proposal to extend the two-child benefits cap, as part of an attempt to reset public perceptions of universal credit.

News of the ruling came in the middle of Rudd’s speech, in which she had described universal credit as a “fair and compassionate welfare system”.

&! Don’t be fooled by Amber Rudd’s phoney attempt at compassion
The work and pensions secretary’s universal credit tweak is a PR exercise that will do little to help children living in poverty

&! - Universal credit to be paid to main carer in attempt to help women


&! - Head of Economics Alfie Stirling talks changes to Universal Credit on the Jeremy Vine show, 11.01.19
Tories  Conservative  Party  nasty  DWP  Universal  Credit  Austerity  poverty  trap  working  poor 
january 2019 by asterisk2a
Threat of revolt forces rethink of ‘catastrophic’ universal credit | Society | The Guardian
All current universal credit claimants are people making new claims or those who have had a change in circumstances.
DWP  Universal  Credit  ESA  JSA 
january 2019 by asterisk2a
Universal credit childcare is hurting the poorest, MPs warn | Society | The Guardian
Requirement for parents to pay costs upfront, and then claim them back, is a burden on the poor, says report [...] The work and pensions select committee argues that the way some of the poorest in society are having to pay childcare costs upfront – then face weeks before they are reimbursed – is a significant disincentive to moving into work. &! - The Universal Credit system leaves too many UK claimants with children facing a stark choice between turning down jobs or getting into debt, MPs warn.
*&! - Universal Credit: Is the system working? - BBC Newsnight
DWP  Universal  Credit  UK  Austerity  childcare 
december 2018 by asterisk2a
Police Scotland link robbery rise with UK benefits changes - BBC News
It states: "Analysis conducted during August 2018 has not identified a discernible pattern, although anecdotal evidence from intelligence suggests that a combination of increased drug prices due to police enforcement, and changes to welfare systems, may have contributed to an increase in crimes of dishonesty and robbery."
UK  Austerity  Police  crime  DWP  Universal  Credit  sanctions  war  on  drugs  welfare  state  poverty  trap  homelessness  homeless 
november 2018 by asterisk2a
Michelle Ballantyne MSP: 'People on benefits cannot have as many children as they like' - BBC News
Michelle Ballantyne MSP: 'People on benefits cannot have as many children as they like'
- two child policy and empty bellies for the many
- and private school and weekend trips to europe for the few
DWP  Austerity  taxcredit  child  tax  credit  Universal  Tories  nasty  party 
october 2018 by asterisk2a
Universal Credit - internationally “unique” in its harshness, and headed for 7 million of us | openDemocracy
The suspicion and disrespect for people reliant on benefits even extended to seriously ill and disabled people, who have been treated with such harshness that the United Nations says the government has committed ‘grave and systematic violations’ of their human rights, leading to a ‘human catastrophe’. Almost unbelievably, UC continues this process, with the abolition of both the Severe Disability Premium and the Enhanced Disability Premium, and the slashing of the allowance for a disabled child. So whilst families with a disabled member are more likely than others to be living in poverty, many will be even worse off under UC. (NB For current claimants there is some transitional protection, so please don’t panic).
// Universal Credit is not this government’s poll tax – it’s far worse in every way
Universal Credit is both more destructive for those affected and harder for the government to unpick than a poll tax. -
Austerity  Universal  Credit  IDS  Privatisation  outsourcing  DWP  UK 
october 2018 by asterisk2a
Former watchdog chief labels disabled benefits process a 'hostile environment' | Society | The Guardian
“My personal interactions with the [PIP] process were perfectly pleasant; but the system as a whole does create the impression of it being a hostile environment and one where two of the foes are complexity and the sense that it is not a level playing field [for claimants]”. // So when a high-profile civil servant is disabled, the press finds its sympathy -
[...] PIP is intended to help with the additional costs of living with disability, estimated at £570 a month. It is not means tested or related to employment status and is typically used to meet special transport needs or health-related heating or food bills.
UK  Austerity  DWP  hostile  environment  ESA  PIP  nasty  party  Conservative  Tories 
october 2018 by asterisk2a
Universal credit could be sunk by next stage of rollout, say experts | Society | The Guardian
The Resolution Foundation estimates that 1.8 million working families will see their incomes drop when they move onto the new system. [...] Campaigners fear that the abrupt nature of the migration – claimants will be sent a letter giving them three months to apply for universal credit before their current benefits are cancelled – will see many vulnerable people fall out of the benefits system.
Universal  Credit  DWP  JAM  ESA  Disabled  tax  UK  Austerity  Theresa  May 
september 2018 by asterisk2a
Heartless Tories spend £200MILLION fighting to stop sick and disabled people getting benefits - Mirror Online
[ with privatization and savings targets, come targets to deny applications and bring in sanctions - so private companies can get some more profit. See Theresa May's homeoffice deportation targets ] But since 2013, more than 400,000 people have been denied PIP or ESA after a medical assessment - only to win it back on appeal. More than two thirds of current appeal tribunals are successful. //&! Councils don't have accessible housing for disabled:
UK  Austerity  DWP  ESA  PIP  targets  JSA  sanctions  Privatisation  nasty  party  Tories  Conservative  JAM  Disabled  poverty  trap 
august 2018 by asterisk2a
Universal credit savaged by public spending watchdog | Society | The Guardian
NAO says core claims about flagship welfare programme are based on unproven assumptions The government’s ambitious change to the benefits system, universal credit, fails to deliver promised financial savings or employment benefits and leaves thousands of vulnerable claimants in hardship, according to the public spending watchdog.

The National Audit Office effectively demolishes ministerial claims for universal credit, concluding that the much-delayed flagship welfare programme may end up costing more than the benefit system it replaces, cannot prove it helps more claimants into work and is unlikely to ever deliver value for money. &! - The £1.9bn Universal Credit system may end up costing more to administer than the benefits system it is replacing, according to the National Audit Office.
Universal  Credit  DWP  JSA  ESA  Disabled  sanctions  poverty  destitute  homelessness  Council  Tories  nasty  party  Austerity 
june 2018 by asterisk2a
Benefit sanctions found to be ineffective and damaging | Society | The Guardian
Benefit sanctions found to be ineffective and damaging
Study concludes that punishing claimants triggers profoundly negative outcomes
targets  DWP  Home  Office  sanctions  UK  Austerity  ESA  Disabled  Universal  Credit 
may 2018 by asterisk2a
Complex rules for universal credit see one in five claims fail | Society | The Guardian
barriers loops some might not jump through bc of pride. have heard that before.
Austerity  DWP  welfare  state  Universal  Credit 
may 2018 by asterisk2a
(7428) Universal discredit: evictions, rent arrears and food bank use all soar under new benefit system - YouTube
Universal discredit: evictions, rent arrears and food bank use all soar under new benefit system // hostile environment // - Why is government website carrying fake jobs? // &! Tricking people out of benefits // &! Sanction targets // &! - Iain Duncan Smith's Universal Jobmatch is a Monster failure // &! ITS SELF-EMPLOYMENT and worse SELF-EMPLOYMENT SCAMS (pyramid schemes, pay for training to get self-employed).
Universal  Credit  DWP  UC  Austerity  nasty  Tories  Conservative  Party  sanction  targets 
april 2018 by asterisk2a
Esther McVey: child tax credit 'rape clause' is opportunity for victims | Politics | The Guardian
DWP policy mirroring Theresa Mays Home Office. Hostility and lots of legal hurdles most cannot pay for, or afford, mentally, psychologically.
DWP  JSA  child  tax  credit  taxcredit  UK  Austerity  nasty  party  Tories  WCA  ESA  Disabled 
april 2018 by asterisk2a
Universal credit 'flaws' mean thousands will be worse off | Society | The Guardian
Thousands of self-employed, agency, and zero-hours contract workers will be potentially hundreds of pounds a year worse off under universal credit, according to research.
DWP  Austerity  Universal  Credit  welfare  state  UK 
april 2018 by asterisk2a
Councils struggling to cope with surge in child protection referrals | Society | The Guardian
[UK austerity will be costly later on to clean up. and as proven again and again, deadly. ] Councils are increasingly only able to address “critical” situations and help the most at-risk children instead of carrying out vital preventive work to stop domestic violence and its devastating impact on victims, said the organisation that represents 370 councils in England and Wales.
UK  Austerity  Council  child  protection  services  DWP  ESA  JSA  homelessness  homeless  Sociology  nasty  party  Conservative  JAM  Theresa  May  Brexit 
february 2018 by asterisk2a
The Tory blueprint: fund a cruel system, not the disabled people it punishes | Frances Ryan | Opinion | The Guardian
enabled by Daily Mail communication - adopted by Osborne and co. scroungers and benefit cheats - double standard to tax evasion and avoidance
DWP  ESA  Disabled  disability  UK  Austerity  welfare  state  Tories  nasty  party  Conservative  JSA  sanctions  double  standard  tax  evasion  avoidance  Sociology  Psychology  DailyMail 
february 2018 by asterisk2a
Personal Independence payments: All 1.6 million claims to be reviewed - BBC News
Ministers made changes to PIP in 2017 which limited the amount of support people with mental health conditions could receive.

As a result, people who were unable to travel independently on the grounds of psychological distress - as opposed to other conditions - were not entitled to the enhanced mobility rate of the benefit. &!
ESA  PIP  DWP  mental  health  Austerity  rationing  WCA  UK  welfare  state  NHS  Crisis 
january 2018 by asterisk2a
Tory MP Ben Bradley 'sorry' for blog post about jobless - BBC News
eugenics ('in it s broader aspects') was always a Conservative Toff topic to talk about. Theresa May w JAMs, Cameron w Big Society burried under brutal Austerity for those eugenics targets, and Thatcher "there is not such thing as society"
eugenics  Tories  DWP  toff  Conservative  Party  nasty  structural  unemployment  JAM  Theresa  May  David  Cameron  Margaret  Thatcher  JSA  ESA 
january 2018 by asterisk2a
Cabinet reshuffle: Justine Greening resigns from government - BBC News
reshuffle shambles. even some saying within own lines. even the telegraphy chines in with "night of blunt stiletto" & the times "greening quits in shambolic reshuffle // no attention for JAMs just about managing to contain Michael Goves Environmental post-Brexit visions. currently. Greening refusing DWP pain job to explain Austerity to the least deserved victims. Hunt keeping job + getting social care job hits at new attempt to fix NHS Council elderly care bedblocking problem. Rumor has it that Hunt actually refused to move job! Lidington apparently is "Remainer" &! - hunt begged for his job passionately and also to "solve" social care ... &! - In allowing Greening to walk, the PM has lost a Northern voice, who represents a London marginal constituency, who is in a same sex relationship. Even without her six years experience in the Cabinet, any one of those factors are precious commodities in the Tory Party. &! - The talk in Downing Street is of a new "talent pipeline", &! &! &! "Knackered Party" - Stripped of any clear mission, or set of ideas, parties quickly become unfocused, incompetent, bitchy. &! &!
Brexit  Theresa  May  Tories  Conservative  Party  JAM  DWP  Austerity  Jeremy  Hunt  NHS  Council  social  elderly  care 
january 2018 by asterisk2a
Funding the NHS: Is it finally time for a new approach? - BBC News
A ring-fenced tax for health and social care has been resisted in the past by the Treasury. Such a policy is known by economists as hypothecation. Opponents, including Treasury mandarins, believe it ties the hands of chancellors.

But, intriguingly, a former top civil servant at the Treasury, Sir Nick Macpherson, has come out in favour of a ring-fenced tax which is renewed every five years.
NHS  hypothecation  Politics  Sugar  Tax  nudge  nanny  state  prevention  public  health  crisis  winter  Austerity  sickcare  demand  chronic  sick  population  demographic  bubble  ageing  premature  CVD  Cancer  diabetes  healthcare  diet  lifestyle  self-medication  Alcohol  minimum  pricing  alcoholism  food  addiction  abuse  Council  bedblocking  bed  blocking  adult  elderly  social  care  pension  scheme  obligation  disabled  DWP  mental 
january 2018 by asterisk2a
‘I regularly see rickets’: diseases of Victorian-era poverty return to UK | Society | The Guardian
Doctors on NHS frontline say there must be a debate about public health responsibilities [....] For condition after condition, the poorest fifth of young people are admitted in greater numbers than the richest fifth. In cases of tonsillitis, viral infections, abdominal pain, respiratory infections, convulsions, gastroenteritis, poisoning, chest pain – even head injuries – the poorest young people were admitted for emergency treatment at rates 40% or more higher than the richest. &!
UK  Austerity  public  health  inequality  poverty  trap  neoliberal  welfare  state  NHS  food  bank  foodbank  neoliberalism  DWP  JSA  taxcredit  working  poor  chronic  sick  population  prevention  A&E  GP  rationing 
december 2017 by asterisk2a
Children's commissioner may consider legal action over Universal Credit - BBC News
Asked if there was any prospect of legal redress in Scotland, Mr Adamson said: "While we don't have the Convention on the Rights of the Child within our domestic law yet, we do have the Humans Rights Act which brings in the European Convention on Human Rights and the courts look very closely if a state falls below that minimum standard required, where the state fails to provide those basics of life.
"So certainly if children in Scotland aren't getting those basic things then legal action may be the way to take this forward. But it's not the best way."
Universal  Credit  poverty  trap  single-mum  single-mom  child  DWP  JSA  ESA  taxcredit  Austerity  UK  inequality  social  mobility  BAME  welfare  state 
december 2017 by asterisk2a
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