- Greek Embassy, London – Justice for Lechaina Children
- A humane move or just more Tory smoke and mirrors?
- DPAC’s Response to the ending repeat assessments for severe, lifelong conditions
Posted: 01 Oct 2016 12:35 PM PDT
For those who were able to come to our conference on September 10th I’m sure you all remember the absolutely harrowing video from Greece which was shown of disabled children being bound into cots and beds. For anyone who missed it you can see it again here http://dpac.uk.net/2016/09/
Posted: 01 Oct 2016 09:41 AM PDT
CEO and President of Maximus Scramble to Dump Their Shares – Going Fast and Cheap. Is the May government and Damien Green really going to deliver the promise that they would be different to a Cameron government well no I really don’t think so as both voted through swingeing welfare cuts when part of that… Continue Reading A humane move or just more Tory smoke and mirrors?
Posted: 01 Oct 2016 06:10 AM PDT
This morning Work and Pensions Secretary Damien Green announced that disabled people with permanent or progressive conditions would no longer have to go through repeat assessments. We need to see the detail before we can welcome this, and we know that DWP are masters of manipulating the detail of complex social security policy to disguise… Continue Reading DPAC’s Response to the ending repeat assessments for severe, lifelong conditions
Disabled People Against Cuts (DPAC) update