Campaigners are calling on the Government to relax welfare reforms for disabled people as it was revealed 15% of them were relying on loans to make ends meet.
Charity Scope found twice as many disabled people were taking out loans as the 7% of regular benefit claimants who used them to cover costs.
They are calling on Chancellor George Osborne to use Thursday's Autumn Statement to improve the standard of living for disabled people.
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