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Denise Defended Attendance Allowance

http://rabisingoznuru.com/er9r/dp3tf.php?acdgbh=or-in-r The government began to draw up plans to abolish Attendance Allowance for new claimants. Attendance allowance is a benefit payable to people over the age of 65 who have care

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10 Unconventional Things I’d Like the Next Government To Do

http://truecom.com/component/content/37-producten/home/48-contact/component/content/article/oplossingen/partners/oplossingen/draadloos/draadloos/home/over-ons When it comes to disabled peoples’ interests in the election, politicians will focus on welfare and social care, but here are a few things I’d like to be considered: Communication

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ESA: A Catalogue of Cancellations

follow url A Yorkshire woman with multiple degenerative conditions has criticised a DWP Work Capability Assessment contractor after they cancelled 4 separate appointments in a row. Delia (whose name has been changed

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Argos Makes Shop Less Accessible

In the last year or so, my local Argos store revamped its shop and became more technology friendly, but it’s a shame it did not consider its disabled customers and

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5 Year Old Asked to Leave Play Area for Using Wheelchair

Last week, play time ended when a 5 year old was asked to leave Berzerk Children’s Activity Centre in Northampton for using a wheelchair. Speaking to The Sun , Archie’s

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TfA Protests Turn Up and Go Assistance Being Wiped Off The Map

33 stations operated by Southern Rail have withdrawn Turn Up and Go assistance following a controversial change to staffing arrangements. Despite repeated strikes from members of the RMT union and

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Dad Dave Petitions: “Keep PIP Promises Penny”

My name is Dave Gale. I have Becker Muscular Dystrophy, a muscle-wasting condition that severely impacts my mobility, and I need you to sign my PIP petition: https://www.change.org/p/minister-for-disabled-people-penny-mordaunt-mp-end-the-uncertainty-for-disabled-people-who-are-having-their-adapted-vehicles-taken-away I need

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Accessible Toilet at Risk of Being Flushed Away in Council Cutbacks

Disabled people’s access to play provision and outdoor space is under threat as a council tries to balance its books, leaving the future of a flagship ‘Changing Places’ public toilet

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Wheelchair Users Welcome Aboard, Just Put It With the Rest of the Luggage

I recently enquired to travel with Just Go Holidays. This is a service which provides coach trips around the country, taking away the hassle of having to drive yourself, and

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Digging Deep on the Disability Employment Gap

Last month, Muscular Dystrophy UK held a roundtable meeting in Parliament on the disability employment gap which brought together the Department of Work and Pensions, employers and young disabled people