We need to look at inequality in terms of jobs, not just pay | Letters

Disabled people are still shouldering more of the pandemic’s economic impact than their non-disabled peers, writes Gemma Hope; Prof Rhys Jenkins questions the taper rate of universal credit

I echo the comments in Patrick Butler’s piece (Millions will not benefit from Sunak’s ‘tax cut for low paid’, say activists, 27 October). We need to look at inequality in terms of jobs, not just pay.

Work-related inequality for disabled people is an issue that runs deep. Disabled people are still shouldering more of the pandemic’s economic impact than their non-disabled peers.

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