disability benefits and spending

Campaigners set out proposals for a better deal for low-income taxpayers
Academy of Medical Sciences

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Complaints are costing the taxpayer, MPs found
DWP complaints cost £11 million

Costs from complaints to the Department of Work and Pensions are costing taxpayers up to £11 million, a new report has found. With a customer base of 22 million in 2007-08, Jobcentre Plus, The Pension Service and the Disability and Carers Service recorded 70,000 complaints. The report from the National Audit Office (NAO), estimates more… Read more »

The committee wanted people to face severe penalties for using disabled parking
Action urged on those using disabled parking

Action should be taken against able-bodied people who park on disabled parking bays, a committee of MPs has said. The transport committee found the only national company which consistently fined people abusing its disabled bays was Asda. The MPs called on the government to find out whether those car park operators who fail to enforce… Read more »