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 DPAC Official Anti-Atos Song: Condem Love

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The Tory Blues: Wakey Wakey by AlbaRoma

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

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Tribunal into DWP releasing statistics on the deaths of IB/ESA claimants

Tribunal – Law Courts, Cathays Park, Cardiff, April 23, 2014 at 10am Incapacity benefits – deaths of claimants A tribunal will decide whether the Department for Work and Pensions should be ordered to release its statistics on the number of people who have died while claiming Incapacity Benefit or Employment and Support Allowance, at a… Continue Reading Tribunal into DWP releasing statistics on the deaths of IB/ESA claimants

DPAC Response to “How Labour would reform the Work Capability Assessment”

We read with interest the piece in the Independent by Rachel Reeves and Kate Green regarding Labour’s response to the Work Capability Assessment [1] Labour should realise that disabled people are deeply distrustful of any Labour reform of a Work Capability Assessment system, which Labour introduced in the Welfare Act of 2007 with the stated… Continue Reading DPAC Response to “How Labour would reform the Work Capability Assessment”

DPAC Press Release: Top Corrie stars Support Save ILF Campaign

DPAC Press Release: Top Corrie stars Support Save ILF Campaign For immediate release: 16 April 2014 Coronation Street stars support the ‘Save the Independent Living Fund’ Postcard Campaign. Stars of Britain’s longest running soap joined disabled people in their campaign to Save the ILF(1).  The fund which provides support funding to almost 20 000 disabled people… Continue Reading DPAC Press Release: Top Corrie stars Support Save ILF Campaign

URGENT!!! Challenge the Gov’s hike in court fees

Are you interested in challenging the government’s huge increase in court fees? We need people eligible for legal aid to get in touch with Karen before the 22nd April Don’t let them get away with it without challenge! The fee hike – coming in later this month – will affect people bringing a wide range… Continue Reading URGENT!!! Challenge the Gov’s hike in court fees

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