Rebranding of ‘toxic’ Atos will fail, activists promise

  By John Pring Disability News Service 14th June 2017   The “toxic” government contractor Atos has been accused of trying to create a smokescreen to hide its past failures and “appalling reputation”, after quietly announcing that it is changing … Continue reading →

Anger, resignation… and optimism in wake of general election result

By John Pring Disability News Service  14th June 2017 Disabled activists have reacted with a mixture of anger, resignation and optimism to a general election that saw the Conservatives lose their parliamentary majority. Some believe that a resurgent Labour party … Continue reading →

#CripTheVoteUK Heartbroken Mum: ‘DWP has blood on their hands over my Jodey’ – H.M. Coroner holds DWP actions responsible for daughter’s death

Plagued by ill health, including a brain cyst and a curved spine, she could barely make it through her Stockton home’s front door.

#CripTheVoteUK 26/5/17: Assistant Coroner Jo Wharton ruled disabled Jodey took her own life as a direct result of heartless DWP who cut her off for not atttending a disability assessment which she knew nothing about. Jodey Whiting took her own … Continue reading →

Nobody is Unfit for Work

  What you will read may be very distressing for you, but we are looking at the worst-case scenario and identifying measures to help you and other claimants. It would be good to have some feedback on the Health and … Continue reading →

DPAC issues tactical voting plea to save country from five more years of Tory rule

  By John Pring Disability News Service 4th May 2017   Anti-cuts activists have called for disabled people to vote tactically at the general election, in a bid to remove the Conservative party from power. Disabled People Against Cuts (DPAC) … Continue reading →