sickness benefits

There is no evidence that the work ethics of people with long-term sickness are any worse than the average person, and in some respects they are better. Studies frequently find that the long-term sick want to work - which is not the same as being able to work, but does show that fecklessness is unlikely to be the problem here.
Iain Duncan Smith's welfare reforms are forcing many Britons into "forced penury" as they mark an increasing return to the
People who refuse to get treatment for their illness will be stripped of their sickness benefit under a new crackdown to