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Confirmed – The FULL Impact of Cuts Disabled People Face

Originally posted on Same Difference:
Cross posted from here at the request of Sue Marsh. “Since the coalition came to power, sick and disabled people have claimed we are being fundamentally harmed by the coalition welfare reforms. Not scroungers or…

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Beyond The Barriers- Launch

Originally posted on Same Difference:
I saw this a little late, for which sincere apologies to Sue Marsh, who wants it shared far and wide. BEYOND THE BARRIERS – LAUNCH!!!!! Good morning. The Spartacus team have been working for three…

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The People’s Review Of The WCA- Further Evidence

Originally posted on Same Difference:
From We Are Spartacus: The People’s Review of the WCA – Further Evidence has been written by an anonymous author determined, despite seriously failing health, to do everything she possibly can to raise awareness of the…

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Leaked Evidence Shows DWP Set Quotas For ‘Fit For Work’ Assessments

Originally posted on Same Difference:
Cross posted with the permission of the brilliant campaigner Kaliya Franklin, who wrote the report.   Why are so many sick and disabled people being failed by the Work Capability Assessment and who is to…

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Ordinary Guy- A Letter To David Cameron In Song

Step 1: Listen to this. Step 2: Share it everywhere. There’s not much else I can say- I’m too busy listening to the song and laughing!

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ESA SOS- the Starting Gun #esaendgame

Cross posted from here  by request of Sue Marsh. Please RT share share share. In a few weeks, I’m going to arrange for some very significant stories to break in the very mainstream press about ESA. I’ve been collecting them … Continue reading

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Some Good News! Campaigner Christos Palmer Wins ESA Appeal At Tribunal

Readers, I’ve just had some good news from disability campaigner Christos Palmer. Yesterday, he won his appeal against being in the Work Related Activity Group for Employment Support Allowance. He’s now in the support group. https://twitter.com/ChristosPalmer/status/301118833081589760 Congratulations Christos. This is … Continue reading

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