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As part of its independent work programme, SSAC is conducting research that examines how public funds can be used most effectively to support the mobility needs of disabled people.
SSAC are consulting on how DWP engage with disabled people in formulating policies and processes which affect them.
Consultation description As part of its independent work programme, the…
If DWP have not engaged with you in the past, please answer the following…
1. Introduction Breakthrough UK is a Manchester based disabled people’s…
1. About Business Disability Forum 1.1 Business Disability Forum is a…
1. Summary The Chronic illness inclusion project response (CIIP) is…
The Disability Benefits Consortium (DBC) is a coalition of over 100…
1. Introduction We are a not-for-profit social enterprise, run by disabled…
1. Introduction to Leonard Cheshire 1.1. Leonard Cheshire is a global…
1. Question 1 Can you tell us about the process? For example: how did DWP…
Answered by members of Manchester People First self advocacy group for…
This call for evidence seeks views on the financial position of separated parents and the social security system.
As part of its independent work programme, the Social Security Advisory…
This call for evidence seeks views on the Claimant Commitment, which Universal Credit claimants need to accept in order to receive Universal Credit payments.
The SSAC is consulting on government proposals for moving claimants to Universal Credit from other working age benefits.
This call for evidence seeks views on the effectiveness and impact of the support provided through the benefit system to young people living independently.
This consultation seeks evidence on the impact of reducing the period that benefit is paid to claimants temporarily outside of GB.
This consultation seeks evidence to inform a SSAC project on decision making and mandatory reconsideration before appeals in DWP and HMRC.
An SSAC consultation on the government’s plans for certain Universal Credit claimants to wait 7 days before they are entitled to benefit.
This seeks views on what is understood by ‘localisation’, its effect on benefits and services, and examples of good and bad experiences.
The committee is consulting on the government's proposals to close a loophole about Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) repeat claims.
A consultation on the proposal to take account of surplus earnings from the prior 6-month period when a person reclaims Universal Credit.
Consultation and a call for evidence about The Housing Benefit (Habitual Residence) Amendment Regulations 2014.
Consultation and a call for evidence about the government’s intention to extend the number of days a claimant must wait before they are entitled to get certain benefits from 3 to 7.
Consultation and call for evidence about The Housing Benefit and Universal Credit (Size Criteria) (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2013.
Consultation and a call for evidence about the Income Support (Work-Related Activity) and Miscellaneous Amendments Regulations 2013.
Consultation and a call for evidence about the Draft Income Support (Work-Related Activity) and Miscellaneous Amendments Regulations 2013.
Consultation and a call for evidence about Universal Credit and related regulations.
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