Monthly Archives: January 2012

Photos From The March For The Invisible

  UKUncut & DPAC welfare cuts protest blocks Oxford St http://t.co/za1XTtMa @Anon_UK @AnonymousIRC @Dis_PPL_Protest @FalseEcon @globalvoices — Pete Riches (@Pete_Riches) January 30, 2012 Advertisements

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A Round Up Of Posts On The March For The Invisible

Here’s a little round up of blog posts on yesterday’s March For The Invisible in London. If you took part, please let us have a link to your post to add to this list. Kaliya Franklin Pseudodeviant Latent Existence LBC … Continue reading

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Sue Marsh

Dear Readers The campaigner behind the Spartacus Report, Sue Marsh, is seriously ill in hospital. She explains all in this post at her personal blog. My thoughts are with Sue and her family and friends at this time. I know … Continue reading

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Your DLA Stories From The Guardian

On Friday, the Guardian asked for your DLA stories. Here are eight of them.

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The Guardian are Looking For Your DLA Stories

The Guardian want to hear about how your DLA helps you. Full details are here. Please share this everywhere and lets get them a good selection of stories to choose from.

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Revealed: New Report shows overwhelming opposition to coalition’s disability benefit reforms kept hidden by the government

Conservative Mayor of London heavily critical of government’s plans for Disability Living Allowance   Report was entirely researched, written, funded and supported by disabled people.   A report published today (9 January) finds that Government misled MPs and Peers over … Continue reading

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Breaking News: Boris Johnson Slams DLA Reforms

Breaking news! Pls Share everywhere…. BORIS JOHNSON SLAMS COALITION PLANS FOR DLA REFORM!!!!!!!… http://t.co/zMJxXNmN — BendyGirl (@BendyGirl) January 6, 2012

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