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2021.10.17 23:37 Skullduggery12 B1263 - Welfare Reform Bill - Final Division
No amendments were submitted.
Improve access to disability and welfare payments, and to make consequential amendments to certain Acts and Regulations.
BE IT ENACTED by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:—
Section 1 - Amendments to the Welfare Reform Act 2012.
(1) In this section, "the Act" refers to the Welfare Reform Act 2012.
(2) The Act is amended as follows:
a) By adding a subsubsection (e) to subsection 80 (1) as follows:
b) By adding the following text to subsection 88 (2):
whether a person's ability to carry out any activities set out in subsubsections (a)-(d) are likely to improve.
c) By repealing section 83,
or the Secretary of State has designated the person to whom the award is being made as a lifetime disabled person,
d) By repealing section 87,
e) By repealing section 109,
f) By striking subsection (d) of section 4,
g) By adding a subsubsection (e) to section 19 (2) as follows:
h) By adding a subsection (4) to section 13 as follows:
if the Secretary of State has designated them as a lifetime disabled person,
Section 2 - Amendments to the Social Security Act 1998.
Where a claimant falls within section 19 of this Act, they may voluntarily choose to take part in requirements set out in sections 15 to 18, but such election shall not constitute any requirement being imposed on them.
(1) In this section, "the Act" refers to the Social Security Act 1998.
(2) The Act is amended as follows:
a) By adding a subsubsection (c) to section 7 as follows:
Section 3 - Amendments to the Social Security (Personal Independence Payment) Regulations 2013.
make provision as to the maximum period between the date an appeal is made and the date notice is provided of a hearing date, the maximum period between the date an appeal is made and its hearing date, and the consequences of a failure to satisfy a time limit.
(1) In this section, "the Act" refers to the Social Security (Personal Independence Payment) Regulations 2013.
(2) The Act is amended as follows:
a) By striking section 11 and replacing it with the following text:
b) By adding a Part 8 - Lifetime Disabled Persons, the text being set out in Schedule 2,
(1) Where it has been determined that C has limited ability or severely limited ability to carry out either or both daily living activities or mobility activities, the Secretary of State may, if C has not been designated as a lifetime disabled person, determine afresh in accordance with regulation 4 whether C continues to have such limited ability or severely limited ability. (2) The Secretary of State shall not direct a new assessment as set out in (1) more than once in every ten year period since the date of the most recent assessment.
c) By adding a Part 9 - Appeals to the Social Security and Child Support Tribunal, the text being set out in Schedule 3,
d) By repealing Part 6,
e) By repealing Part 7,
f) By adding a subsection (5) to section 4 as follows:
g) By replacing each monetary value in section 24 with the value computed by the formula 1.5V, where V is the monetary value so concerned, and
No person shall conduct or partake in an assessment under this regulation unless they are qualified to diagnose or assess for a condition that C claims to have, or otherwise possess advanced knowledge pertaining to a condition that C claims to have.
h) By striking the words "for the first 26 weeks of that absence" in section 18 (1).
(3) On the first day of each fiscal year subsequent to the fiscal year in which this Act comes into force, the Act is amended by replacing each monetary value in section 24 with the value computed by the formula VC, where V is the value as it read on the previous day and C is the greater of the increase of the Consumer Price Index for the preceding year and 1, rounded to 2 decimal places.
Section 4 - Amendments to the Universal Credit Regulations 2013.
(1) In this section, "the Act" refers to the Universal Credit Regulations 2013.
(2) The Act is amended as follows:
a) By replacing each monetary value in section 36, section 79 (3), Schedule 4 and Schedule 5 with the value computed by the formula 1.3V, where V is the value so concerned,
b) By adding a subsection (5) to section 61 as follows:
c) and by repealing Schedule 11.
Where a person is receiving an education during an assessment period, the amount of their employed earnings and self-employed earnings are treated as being zero.
(3) On the first day of each fiscal year subsequent to the fiscal year in which this Act comes into force, the Act is amended by replacing each monetary value in section 36, section 79 (3), Schedule 4 and Schedule 5 with the value computed by the formula VC, where V is the value as it read on the previous day and C is the greater of the increase of the Consumer Price Index for the preceding year and 1, rounded to 2 decimal places.
Section 5 - Miscellaneous amendments.
(1) In this section, "the Acts" refers to each of the Acts or Regulations amended by this Act.
(2) The Acts are amended by substituting each instance of a phrase in Column I of the table set out in Schedule 1 with the phrase in Column II of the same row.
Section 6 - Extent, commencement and short title.
(1) This Act may be cited as the Welfare Reform Act 2021.
(2) The provisions of this Act, other than amendments and repeals of other Acts or Regulations, extend to the United Kingdom.
(3) The provisions of this Act amending or repealing other Acts or Regulations have the same extent as the Act or Regulation so concerned.
(4) This Act comes into force on the thirtieth day after it receives Royal Assent.
Schedule 1 - Inconsequential AmendmentsColumn IColumn II50%25%8 points6 points12 points9 points3 months6 months9 months12 months£16,000£32,00065%30%Schedule 2 - Part 8 of the Social Security (Personal Independence Payment) Regulations 2013.
Assessment to consider whether improvement is probable.
33 (1) An assessment of C conducted under these Regulations shall assess whether it is probable that C's ability to carry out daily living activities or mobility activities will improve in the five years subsequent to the date of the assessment.
(2) A positive determination in relation to this component shall be made if, in the opinion of the assessor, C's ability to carry out daily living activities or mobility activities is not likely to improve in the five years subsequent to the date of the assessment.
Secretary of State to designate as lifetime disabled.
34 (1) Where an assessor has made a positive determination in respect of the component set out in regulation 33 (1) for C, and the Secretary of State concurs, they shall designate C as a lifetime disabled person at the time the award is made out.
(2) The Secretary of State shall designate C as a lifetime disabled person if they are of the opinion that, on any date after C initiated a claim, a condition for which C was assessed has progressed to a state where an assessor would make a positive determination in respect of the component set out in 33 (1), or if the Secretary of State receives evidence tending toward the aforementioned conclusion.
Where award ceases to be made out, revocation of award, etc.
35 Where C ceases to be in receipt of an award, the Secretary of State shall withdraw C's designation as a lifetime disabled person, but shall redesignate C if they subsequently begin to receive an award.
Schedule 3 - Part 9 of the Social Security (Personal Independence Payment) Regulations 2013.
Meaning of "Tribunal"
36 In this Part, "Tribunal" refers to the Social Security and Child Support Tribunal, or any other body capable of hearing appeals against decisions made under these Regulations.
Time limit between date appeal filed and date notice provided of hearing date.
37 Where C files an appeal against a decision by the Secretary of State made under these Regulations, the Tribunal shall provide C with a hearing date no later than one hundred and eighty days following the date the appeal was filed.
Time limit between date appeal filed and hearing date.
38 Where C files an appeal against a decision by the Secretary of State made under these Regulations, the Tribunal shall hear the appeal no later than two hundred and forty days following the date the appeal was filed.
Where tribunal exceeds maximum limit.
39 (1) Where the Tribunal exceeds a time limit set out in sections 36 or 37, the appeal shall be considered as having been decided in favor of C.
(2) Despite any provision of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act, 2007, no appeal decided in favor of C under (1) may be further appealed to the Upper Tribunal.
It is with great pleasure that I bring forward this legislation to reform our system of welfare and disability payments. It is often said that the true measure of a country's power is not in its armed forces, but in how it treats its most vulnerable, and we treat our most vulnerable like dirt. In this country, those who need to avail themselves of welfare and disability payments find themselves faced with obstacles that some may find insurmountable. Student loans are intended to provide for your education, not for your food, but yet those on universal credit are presently prohibited from receiving an education. How are we supposed to encourage people to eventually leave the welfare system if we forbid them from attaining the expertise that gives them that chance? I have heard even worse stories from those who are unable to work and subsist on personal indepedence payments, many heartbreaking tales of waiting years for a hearing on their appeal over being sanctioned, only to be rejected without a second thought. Mr. Speaker, we cannot stand by idly and allow our least fortunate to suffer.
This Act makes a number of changes to the universal credit and PIP systems to make them more humane. It creates a status known as lifetime disabled persons for PIP awardees. Under the Act, a lifetime disabled person is someone whose condition is unlikely to improve in the next five years, or whose condition subsequently degrades in such a way that makes them disabled for the rest of their life. Lifetime disabled persons automatically receive their award for life, and cannot be subjected to further review. After all, despite modern medical marvels, we cannot yet regrow limbs or cure severe autism. It also repeals oppressive conditions prohibiting payments to those who are in hospital, in custody, or have committed the seemingly-capital offense of being old. Furthermore, it sets a hard time limit for the relevant tribunal to hear appeals against decisions by the Secretary of State. The failure of the Tribunal to meet the time limit results in the appellant automatically winning the appeal, encouraging the Tribunal to deal with cases swiftly. It also requires assessors for PIP awards to be qualified to diagnose conditions that a claimant claims to have, ensuring that assessments are conducted fairly.
With regards to universal credit, the Act repeals the prohibition on receiving an education for those on universal credit. It also provides that employment income is treated as zero while receiving an education, which will allow claimants to pursue on-the-job training during their education, allowing them social mobility that previous governments have denied them. In addition, the Act repeals migration of ESA and JSA sanctions to universal credit, ensuring that people are not arbitrarily denied their means of survival. Finally, this Act substantially increases asset limits and award amounts for both universal credit and PIP awards, allowing our least fortunate to at least survive in this country.
Mr. Speaker, is this Act enough? Not nearly. But it is a first step to make our country more fair and equal for all classes. In a hundred years time, our children will judge us not only for our acts, but our omissions. Like the god Anubis, they will weigh our heart and decide whether we are worthy of being called great. It is my hope that this Act will tip the weighing scales in our favor. Thank you, Mr. Speaker.
Division will end on 19th October at 10pm BST
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Hello, I was hoping someone here could give me some advice.
I am short sighted, with a prescription of -10.5 in each eye. I would love to get eye surgery (for lots of reasons I won’t list), but after a consultation with a clinic last year I was told I’m not suitable for the surgery, for having both too strong a prescription and something to do with my eye not being thick enough / the right shape for the procedure. The optometrist did mention that other clinics offer a lens replacement surgery that I may be suitable for and something I should look into, though he didn’t go into much detail.
Covid happened right after that consultation and in the meantime I’ve been looking into lens replacement surgeries. I’m feeling a little lost with all the information / different types I’ve read about online. I was hoping someone here could point me in the right direction or give me their opinion on what my options are, or if there are any options at all.
I’m 24. Between 2018 - 2020 my prescription didn’t change. However, in the past few months I’ve noticed my eyesight getting a little worse. I have contacts but they make my eyes really dry and uncomfortable.
Any input would be much appreciated
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So a few years back I made some stupid mistakes, that coupled with losing my job I had several accounts go to collections and now charge offs. Fast forward today, I haven't had a missed payment for almost 3 years. I have a auto loan, and several credit cards. Im sitting at 630 Fico score thru Experian. I have several accts on my credit report and want to know what the best course of action to take.
My ultimate goal is to buy a house in the near future but want to take care of everything on my report I can. I just dont know whether I should leave some of the stuff alone or pay them?
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So I generally do well in most fights, playing on normal w/ extra spells for enemies enabled, but every once in a while I run into a mob with an AC of 50 and it very quickly becomes a game of keeping my party alive while I wait to get lucky with a few 20 rolls. These mobs tend to also be resistant or immune to literally everything so I've focused more on buffing my party, but still it's infuriating.
In these fights I run basically every buff to attack roll I can possibly think of:
Outflank teammate feat
Bard buffs up to lvl 7
Cleric buffs up to lvl 7
My archer specifically its mega specialized in longbow and even he has a hard time hitting with his preferred weapon.
I've tried cursing the enemy, debuffing dex, etc. No lucky.
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