GE15 The Disability Audit ~ In the name of love put an end to this vile pogrom on disabled people NOW!

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‘The Disability Audit: the eight coalition policies that have hit disabled people’ By Frances Ryan New Statesman After looking in detail at all the changes to the benefits system in the last five years, it’s only possible to come to one conclusion: … Continue reading →

ELECTION 2015: SNP pledges to block coalition’s PIP and DLA disability spending cuts

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  23 April 2015  By John Pring, Disability News Service The Scottish National Party (SNP) has pledged to block plans to cut spending on disability benefits by £3 billion by 2017-18, if enough of its MPs are elected. In one of … Continue reading →

UK Welfare Reform Deaths ~ Updated List ~ October 21st 2014

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  Updated tragic list of welfare-related deaths of UK’s sick and/or disabled people. This is the tip on the iceberg: They shall be remembered forevermore. Avenge the dead. Resuscitate the living. We must fight on for freedom from Westminster’s murderous … Continue reading →

Second court case to challenge ILF closure in England and Wales launched

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Claimants are asking the courts to again quash the decision to close the Independent Living Fund

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Join the campaign to save the Independent Living Fund #SaveILF

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All I ask of you is for your help. Help us save the independent living fund from closing on 30th June 2015.

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British Disability Rights Abuses: ‘UK Government Refuses to Accept Responsibility for Crimes Against Humanity’ – a report by Mo Stewart

Please sign this petition and encourage friends, family and your networks to do the same: LETTER TO THE ICC AT THE HAGUE RE: MISTREATMENT OF UK SICK AND/OR DISABLED PEOPLE   UK Government Refuses to Accept Responsibility for Crimes Against … Continue reading →

Scottish independence: A lifeboat for disabled people drowning in a sea of cuts

Scottish independence is a lifeboat for disabled Scots: To vote YES is a vote for life. It is NOT a vote of no solidarity with our disabled sisters and brothers south of the border

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Scotland faces “severest cuts in political history, over and above the retrenchment of the last few years” if it votes for the status quo

“This is the day, our day, Scotland’s day. The day that we can cradle in our arms Scotland’s future and hear the infant cries of a new country,”

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