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 Video from outside Courts of Justice 13th March: Challenging DWP on the Closure of ILF

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A plea from an ILF user to DRUK

Rob prepared this statement for the recent Disability Rights UK conference (18th July) He was not allowed to give his statement- we publish it here so people can understand why all voices should be heard and listened to. The Fight for Our Lives  My name is Robert Punton I am a disabled person and an… Continue Reading A plea from an ILF user to DRUK

Disability Rights UK: Independent Living or new visions in neo-liberalism?

DPAC have had an odd kind of non-relationship with DRUK. We’ve disagreed about many things. For example, DPAC is for saving ILF, DRUK’s Sue Bott suggests this is something we should probably forget about, and that ‘Whilst the ILF has benefited many disabled people, claims that it has been at the forefront of independent living… Continue Reading Disability Rights UK: Independent Living or new visions in neo-liberalism?

Appeals and sanctions. More chaos at the DWP

Twice over the past quarter it has been publicly announced by 2 different ministers that the huge reduction in the appeal intake was due to more accurate ESA decisions, first by Mike Penning, the Minister for Disabled People on the Daily Politics Show on April the 13th and then by Steve Webb, the Minister of… Continue Reading Appeals and sanctions. More chaos at the DWP

Shame Of The Church of England: Dean of Westminster Allows Hundreds of Police To Attempt Stamp Out Of Disabled People’s Peaceful Protest

The leadership of the Church of England showed themselves to have the morals of sewer rats today after hundreds of police were drafted in to prevent a peaceful protest by disabled campaigners. A protest was taking place in the grounds of Westminster Abbey, where Disabled People Against Cuts, backed by Occupy and UK Uncut, intended… Continue Reading Shame Of The Church of England: Dean of Westminster Allows Hundreds of Police To Attempt Stamp Out Of Disabled People’s Peaceful Protest

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