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Monthly Archives: February 2018
Ironically, sometimes it is a policy’s failures rather than successes that make it difficult to reform. The Work Capability Assessment (WCA) for out-of-work disability benefits has been a failure by almost any criteria – yet it is still with us, … Continue reading
One of the reasons that the Inequalities blog has been quiet for a little while is that I set up a separate blog to focus on my 2014-17 project on disability, work and the benefits system, called Rethinking Incapacity. That blog … Continue reading