NEWS - CONTROVERSIAL CHANGES TO INCAPACITY BENEFITS - 10.30 pm
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Collection: BBC Broadcast Archive
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Transmission date: January 03, 2006
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Source: BBC Broadcast Archive
Object name: 003-06-27EC
Clip length: 00:02:26:00
Work and Pensions Secretary John Hutton has written to 100 MPs,... Stock Footage VideoArguing,BBC Archives,Human Interest,Human Settlement,John Hutton,Member of Parliament,Order,People,Poverty,Trapped,WorkingPhotographer BBC Broadcast ArchiveCollection: BBC Broadcast Archive Work and Pensions Secretary John Hutton has written to 100 MPs, almost all Labour, in areas with high number of incapacity benefit claimants, arguing that the current system can leave people "trapped" in poverty.<br>Guid: ANBP003R<br>Story Number: 003/06/27EC