DLA Protest In Central London Today

Adam Lotun, 49, a father who recently lost his disability living allowance due to welfare reforms, will be among those protesting in central London on Wednesday against benefit cuts affecting disabled people, changes to care funding and the loss of Remploy jobs.

He explains how losing the allowance, which equated to 60% of his income, will affect his family and why he is joining the protest by Disabled People Against Cuts. Those demonstrating are meeting at 1.30pm on 18 April close to McDonald’s on Leicester Square, London.


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