The demonstration, organised by the Derbyshire Unemployed Workers’ Centres, will saw 30 claimants and supporters holding cards awarding nil points to the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) for the cuts they have received in benefits since the introduction of the new Employment and Support Allowance. Many of the protestors had received nil points from Atos Healthcare, the company that carries out disability analysis for the DWP. Only if they reach 15 points are people able to claim the new benefit. If not they lose at least £25 per week and have to join the growing queue looking for work. Read more on the Trade Union Congress website.