Welfare reform will require some care

Incapacity benefit (IB) as we recognise it today took shape in the early 1980s, against a backdrop of massive lay-offs of (mostly) older, manual workers around whom traditional industries such as mining, steel and shipbuilding had disintegrated.

by Karen Buck

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