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State Crime by Proxy

Author: Mo Stewart

Mo Stewart is a former healthcare professional, a female disabled veteran and, since 2009, has researched the links between the DWP, Atos Healthcare & Unum Insurance.

She provides powerful evidence of the long-standing assault on disability rights that has been supported by insurance companies, academics and politicians. Her research has been cited during debates in the House of Lords, the House of Commons and in Westminster Hall.

Mo Stewart continues to share all research evidence with academics, medical and healthcare professionals, frontline national charities, selected politicians and service users. Her earlier research was published by the Centre for Disability Studies at Leeds University.

Visit Mo's own website at: www.mostewartresearch.co.uk

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The publisher is Mo Stewart.

State Crime by Proxy © Mo Stewart 2017.

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From the British Welfare State to Just Another American State

From the British Welfare State

Mo Stewart argues that the current reforms of the welfare state were inspired by bogus research and the vested interests of US insurance firms.

Replacing Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)

Replacing Employment & Support Allowance

This research by Stef Benstead and Emma Nock, published by Ekklesia, looks at the support needs of people with chronic illness with regard to replacing Employment Support Allowance.

Spartacus ESA Mythbuster

Spartacus ESA Mythbuster

Members of Spartacus Network bust the dangerous myths and misinformation that has grown up around ESA.

How To Reform The ESA System

How To Reform The ESA System

Simon Duffy argues that the current ESA system is deeply flawed and suggests an alternative based on a better understanding of unemployment.

Spartacus Response to Cuts in ESA

Spartacus Response to Cuts in ESA

The Spartacus Network show how Government policies are unfair, unreasonable and in conflict with International Human Rights.