Based on the Henry review: (pp 147-8) A single participation category, without additional packages, would actually prevent many disabled from even looking for work. It costs money for accommodations to be made, not just by employers but by the disabled. Without that then on a reduced income many disabled who might be able to work part-time might find themselves financially unable to explore this. They may need additional help with transport, work accommodations, lifestyle adjustments (cooking, cleaning, etc. things they might do now but could not do if working part-time) and so on. On the face of it, based on simple ideology, this report looks appealing. The devil is in the details, as the saying goes. Loose ideology and broad ideas don't help if the implementation costs blow out, people are made homeless or starve, the suicide rate spirals out of control, crime rates spiral, and pervasive social unrest leads to strikes, demonstrations and riots. When these things happen outcomes decline, and costs spiral up. The medical, emergency, judicial and police systems will be stretched to their limits, and then corners will be cut at even greater cost to society. Its not a way to save money for a better society, its a way to waste money and destroy our future for a worse society, a worse country to live in. Any such program needs to be based on pilot programs, in which people are participating and give feedback. Further, if outcomes are bad then participants need to have their original situations restored with additional compensation. To make things worse, as things go pear shaped in implementation, costs blow out, delays become the norm, and pensioner outcomes spiral downward, then to maintain political credence the government may be apt to crank up anti-disability hate speech. For examples of these things we only have to look at the UK and the DWP/ATOS saga. Its a colossal failure, from start to its inevitable demise. I am deeply suspicious its all a smokescreen though. DSP is the second biggest category. Which is the big one? Aged pensioners. They might be targeted as part of this, one way or another, in due time. Yet that wont be politically acceptable currently. The government needs to rack up a few wins first. Sadly they may rack up a series of unmitigated defeats, and make the Coalition less popular than the Communist or Nazi Parties if they existed in this country.