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Matthew T. Johnson
Matthew T. Johnson
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  • Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.
Professor of Public Policy, Northumbria University, Newcastle.

Rishi Sunak wants to cut the cost of β€˜sicknote’ Britain. But we’ve found a strong economic case for benefits

5 min read
Welfare reforms targeted at the sick and disabled won’t boost government coffers. In fact, spending on those who need support and investing in less conditional systems has a real financial return.
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