JSSA apology over bullying

This is a public apology to the Job Seekers Sanction Advice (JSSA) service, over the past week @refuted got carried away complaining about it’s website’s use of code to restrict the mouse right click function, acknowledging how it was experienced as bullying.

JSSA is a pioneering service and one which is highly recommended for anyone seeking to get online and face to face help in the North East to challenge benefit sanctions and disallowances. It’s website also provides template appeal letters and how to guides for self help to individuals and welfare rights advisers.

refuted is sure JSSA will go from strength to strength and become an even more important resource for many across the UK to challenge the pernicious benefit sanctions regime, that JSSA highlight is more than often operating unlawfully.

Full briefing on Oakley benefit sanctions ‘review’ and Gov response

JSA Sanctions: A guide to the Oakley review and the Government response

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[ 29 page briefing on DWP JSA and ESA sanctions stats of 13 Aug 14 & Report: Welfare sanctions and conditionality in the UK by JRF (11Sept14) ]

By
Dr David Webster
Honorary Senior Research Fellow
Urban Studies
School of Social and Political Sciences
University of Glasgow

Email: david.webster@glasgow.ac.uk

Webpage: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/socialpolitical/staff/davidwebster/