Sunday, June 16, 2024

Work capability test changes ‘could cost some claimants £400 a month’

PROPOSED welfare changes that the government says will help disabled people benefit from the chance to work from home could lead to many losing out on almost £400 a month in support, campaigners say reports The Guardian.

The work and pensions secretary, Mel Stride, announced a consultation on changes to the work capability assessment on Tuesday, saying it was aimed at ensuring “no one who can work is permanently written out of this country’s strong labour market story”.

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