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Statement on PIP: CPAG response

23 March 2016
Responding today to Stephen Crabb’s statement on personal independence payments, Child Poverty Action Group Chief Executive Alison Garnham said: “Stephen Crabb is to be congratulated for halting the PIP cuts and saying that there will be no more social security cuts this Parliament...

PIP at the Upper Tribunal

Issue 249 (Dec 2015)
Jon Shaw looks at some of the more important personal independence payment (PIP) caselaw from the Upper Tribunal.

PIP marches on

Issue 248 (October 2015)
The DWP has announced the start of the next stage in the process of the transfer of current disability living allowance (DLA) claims to claims for personal independence allowance (PIP). Simon Osborne outlines the plans.

In the bag? Tribunals and less favourable decisions

Issue 247 (August 2015)
Simon Osborne reviews some recent guidance offered in the caselaw about the ability of tribunals to make decisions more adverse to the appellant than the one under appeal.

Putting PIP to the test

Issue 244 (February 2015)
Paul Treloar reviews the first of the official independent reviews of personal independence payment (PIP).

PIP: process, problems and pragmatism

Issue 240 (June 2014)
Jon Shaw takes a look at some of the issues with the rollout of personal independence payment (PIP).

Pipped at the post

Issue 234 (June 2013)
Jon Shaw highlights some issues with personal independence payment, which was rolled out nationally on 10 June 2013.

Response to DWP consultation on ceasing production of income-related benefits take-up statistics

02 October 2012
This is CPAG’s response to a DWP consultation gathering views on its proposal to end, or at the very least limit, the production of take-up estimates for six key means-tested benefits

Great expectations dashed as PIP plans mature

Issue 227 (April 2012)
Proposals to replace disability living allowance (DLA) for working age adults with a new personal independence payment (PIP) have emerged relatively unscathed from parliamentary scrutiny of the Welfare Reform Act 2012. Jon Shaw updates on the changes that were made and the current consultations on the proposals.