Bolton Council helps win millions back in welfare benefits

  The Bolton News 

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BENEFITS are being cut as people are incorrectly being found to be “fit for work”. Local Democracy Reporter JOSEPH TIMAN finds out how Bolton Council is helping residents fight back for their welfare payments – and winning.
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