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Mind responds to the Autumn Statement
Mind releases its response to the Chancellor's financial statement of Autumn 2023
Wednesday, 22 November 2023»
New data reveals UK government’s benefit changes to force disabled people into non-existent job market
Mind highlights findings showing that changes to the job market, which the UK government have used to justify redesigning the Work Capability assessment, have not occurred
Saturday, 18 November 2023»
Mind responds to announcement of New Back to Work Plan
Mind comments on the UK government's new announcements designed to reduce the number of people who are off work long-term sick and claim benefits
Thursday, 16 November 2023»
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