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Declan Gaffney is a policy consultant specialising in social security, labour markets and equality. He blogs at l'Art Social
The Centre for Applied Data Torture reports.
It's not actually clear what "welfare" is, writes Declan Gaffney.
What happened between 2004 and 2010 is more people started writing about welfare.
It's not greed, it's not fraud, it's just more people needing help to live their lives, writes Declan Gaffney.
The experience of the social stigma around poverty is real, measurable and crucial.
Unemployment of 7.8% ought to have people in the streets. Yet the only thing we hear is a collective sigh of indifference.
People leave housing benefit all the time, but the DWP managed to turn no news into good news