A debate will take place in the House of Commons today about assessments for people with disabilities on their fitness for work.
The company which carries out assessments for work capability, Atos, has been widely criticised.
Disability charities have said that people have been unfairly assessed as being fit for work, having hidden conditions like depression and other changeable conditions, such as MS.
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