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This legal victory means that if you are unable to follow the route of a familiar journey independently because of psychological distress, you may be entitled to the higher rate of the mobility component of PIP.
EHRC have just launched a plain English and alternative format versions of the UN CPRD Concluding Observations. This report is about the UK’s work on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD).
Big legal victory for Disabled people: the DWP’s changes to PIP regulations were declared unlawful today
High Court judge Mr Justice Mostyn allowed the claim in the case of RF v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions. The case was brought by a Disabled person with mental health support needs to challenge the changes the government made to Personal Independence Payment Regulations in March 2017.
When AtW works well it’s a brilliant support, ensuring those of us who need it can have the right support to let us get on with the jobs we have. But, like many good ideas – someone had to come along and spoil it. Guest post from Geraldine O’Halloran from the StopChanges2ATW campaign.
On Tuesday 5 December, court papers in a legal challenge were served on the Department for Work and Pensions over its introduction of the Access to Work cap, a measure which limits the amount of support that individuals can be awarded by the once flagship disability employment scheme.