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PIP Research paper

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edited 28. Aug 2019, 01:56 in Work and Financial
This week's Disability Rights Newsletter contained a report that Peter Alldridge, Drapers' Professor of Law at Queen Mary University London, has had a paper published in the September edition of Journal of Law and Society, “On Being Able to Walk Twenty Metres: The Introduction of Personal Independence Payments”. The article examines the implementation of PIP, including the treatment of the application of the author, and shows that the norms according to which DWP operates the benefit, are radically at variance with those in the Social Security (Personal Independence Payment) Regulations 2013.

This is his 28 page paper which makes for interesting reading:

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