A fortnight of Fight Back and telling politicians throughout the UK what we think of them and what theyMUST do if they want our votes.
Everywhere from April 18th – May3rd. Select your favourite politician or issue to campaign on.
Some funding is available for travel bursaries with priority given to members.
April 23rd () National DPAC will be going to Wirral West constituency to visit Esther McVey. Meet at the Job Centre, Market Road, Hoylake.
Esther’s constituency is very marginal and at the moment she looks set to lose her seat. We want to help facilitate that.
April 25th () National DPAC will be going to Chingford to visit Iain Duncan Smith. Meet outside Chingford Rail station. Trains from Liverpool Street.
-Please get in touch with us at email@example.com to let us know if you want to go to one or more of these events or would like help with travel costs.
Please also arrange your own events and send us details.
The DPAC constitution states DPAC opposes discrimination on the grounds of gender, sexuality, age, faith, disability, ethnicity or status.
DPAC have always stated publicly that as a campaign group they do not support UKIP because of their discriminatory behaviour.
We also feel that it is important for DPAC to continue to condemn the policies of the coalition government that have led to innumerable deaths and the destruction of disabled people’s rights.