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Letters: I'm terrified Labour will be as unfair as the Tories on disability benefits
Labour leader Keir Starmer
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Letters: I'm terrified Labour will be as unfair as the Tories on disability benefits

If Labour win the election, what will happen to benefits under the next government, plus minority groups targeted by Tories, high street heroes and the race for minerals in West Africa
Letters: Rishi Sunak needs to educate himself on what it's like to be disabled
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Letters: Rishi Sunak needs to educate himself on what it's like to be disabled

Letters: Benefits system does need reforming – but not in the way Rishi Sunak thinks
rishi sunak/ dwp benefit cuts
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Letters: Benefits system does need reforming – but not in the way Rishi Sunak thinks

Letters: I'm autistic and the DWP's benefit reforms make me very scared for the future
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Letters: I'm autistic and the DWP's benefit reforms make me very scared for the future

Letters: DWP wants to make it as hard as possible to look after my disabled relatives
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Letters: DWP wants to make it as hard as possible to look after my disabled relatives

Letters: Mel Stride's comments on mental health show Tory culture wars have gone too far
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Letters: Mel Stride's comments on mental health show Tory culture wars have gone too far

Letters: Spiralling service charge rises have turned my dream of owning a home into a nightmare
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Letters: Spiralling service charge rises have turned my dream of owning a home into a nightmare

Letters: Who will administer end-of-life care if assisted dying becomes law?
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Letters: Who will administer end-of-life care if assisted dying becomes law?

Letters: Our 20-year tax fight with HMRC made us ill
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Letters: Our 20-year tax fight with HMRC made us ill

Letters: Let's oust Jacob Rees-Mogg, the Latin minister for the 18th century
Jacob Rees-Mogg
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Letters: Let's oust Jacob Rees-Mogg, the Latin minister for the 18th century

Letters: Post Office scandal shows it's too easy for the rich and powerful to hide
Toby Jones in Mr Bates vs The Post Office
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Letters: Post Office scandal shows it's too easy for the rich and powerful to hide

Letters: The UK was known for championing human rights – until Rishi Sunak's government
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Letters: The UK was known for championing human rights – until Rishi Sunak's government

Letters: People are afraid to leave the house due to UK's public toilet crisis – it's a scandal
public toilet
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Letters: People are afraid to leave the house due to UK's public toilet crisis – it's a scandal

Letters: DWP are the biggest thieves of taxpayer money
A miniature figurine businessman looking down on an information booklet for department for work and pensions
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Letters: DWP are the biggest thieves of taxpayer money

Letters: Mother Earth is trying to rid herself of the parasite that is killing her – mankind
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Letters: Mother Earth is trying to rid herself of the parasite that is killing her – mankind

Letters: Minimum wage is meaningless without a defined maximum wage
£50 notes in a wallet
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Letters: Minimum wage is meaningless without a defined maximum wage

Letters: Universal Credit leaves people living on the precipice of homelessness
universal credit
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Letters: Universal Credit leaves people living on the precipice of homelessness

Letters: Big Issue vendor is a 'bright light in these dark days'
Vendor Rebeca Stan
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Letters: Big Issue vendor is a 'bright light in these dark days'

Capitalism is the root of all our problems. We need to stop focusing on profit and listen to nature
Capitalism: Skyscrapers in the city of London
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Capitalism is the root of all our problems. We need to stop focusing on profit and listen to nature

It's time to offer a safe route for asylum seekers arriving in boats
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It's time to offer a safe route for asylum seekers arriving in boats

Should tenants get a share of the profits of their landlords' buy-to-let? Readers have their say
A model of a house and some keys, green and blue on a white background
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Should tenants get a share of the profits of their landlords' buy-to-let? Readers have their say

When it comes to public spending, Labour and the Tories are two sides of the same coin
Labour shadow secretary of state for health and social care Wes Streeting
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When it comes to public spending, Labour and the Tories are two sides of the same coin

'Why are we being penalised?': A reader's retirement has brought unexpected hardship
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'Why are we being penalised?': A reader's retirement has brought unexpected hardship

'I have no idea what happens to people like us': Your response to the Renters Reform Bill
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'I have no idea what happens to people like us': Your response to the Renters Reform Bill

'I had to sell all my possessions just to feed myself': More of your stories on DWP PIP rejections
A person in a wheelchair
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'I had to sell all my possessions just to feed myself': More of your stories on DWP PIP rejections