Reports and Campaigns
Reports and campaigns:
7 November 2012
Around 25 people, mostly from the Bradford Disabled Peoples Forum, held a Hardest Hit protest in Centenary Square, Bradford on Friday 2 November...
30 October 2012
A new 'Hardest Hit' report points to the huge impact that cuts are having on disabled people
10 October 2012
The plebs are revolting on 20 October - that is how the millionaire government will see it. You could write their press releases in advance: 'the protest is pointless, we will not change our policy' writes Derek McMillan, Brighton Socialist Party
12 September 2012
Jeremy Hunt and demo rhyming chants: You might know Jeremy Hunt as just another Tory minister to get booed at the Paralympics. But this son of an admiral, Oxford educated and related to both the Queen and fascist Oswald Mosley, is now secretary of state for health
5 September 2012
London: "Atos kills, kill Atos" could be heard up and down Victoria Street outside the Department for Works and Pensions as campaigners occupied the building as part of a week of protest against cuts to disabled people's benefits...
29 August 2012
Millions are watching the 2012 Paralympics. The Games aim to inspire young disabled people to take up sport and compete at the highest level
29 August 2012
Disabled people put on a united front against the government's chosen Paralympics sponsor
22 August 2012
The Olympics were enthusiastically enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of people. But estimates are that a medal won by Team GB at the London 2012 Games cost an average of just over £4.5 million from government...
14 August 2012
From Monday 27th to Friday 31st August, Disabled People Against Cuts is organising the Atos Games - five days of action against a company that's sponsoring the Paralympics but wrecking disabled people's lives...
8 August 2012
Remploy: Workers at the Remploy factories fighting closure called off their 6 August strike in favour of workplace meetings to discuss further action including demonstrations in London and other cities...
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