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Austerity special: The human cost of PIP, class & prejudice, and homelessness reduction bill (E587)

In this episode, we look back at highlights of our best stories against austerity. Senior producer Pete Bennett talks with grassroots activists on the front line, campaigning for fairer representation in the UK parliament. Deputy Editor Sebastian Pacher speaks to Keith Walker and Paula Peters, two claimants in different stages of the disability testing system about whether reassessing 1.6 million is a good thing. Plus, we speak to Shelter from the Storm, two former homeless brothers, Kevin and Brian Dooley and Chair of the Local Government Association, Lord Porter about the homelessness reduction bill.


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