Social Insecurity: a Welfare Rights Advice Perspective
Katy McEwan
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Nothing I’ve read quite captures the reality on the ground as an adviser as this does; combines quite brilliantly policy and practice, providing a critique that gets to the nub of so many issues and the difficulties faced by so many advisers in supporting clients through the unnavigable maze of maladministration that increasingly provides a stigmatising deterrent to people receiving the most basic sustenance.

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