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Activism and Campaigning Police officers talking to activists in the House of Commons
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Labour’s shadow chancellor has called for disabled people themselves to be given the job of designing the solution to the social care funding crisis. John McDonnell was speaking to Disability News Service (DNS) as activists from Disabled People Against Cuts (DPAC) were protesting about cuts to social care, in parliament’s central lobby yesterday (Wednesday).
Human Rights Kamran Mallick sits behind a table
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The new boss of Disability Rights UK (DR UK) has pledged to do more to involve young disabled people in the organisation’s work, and improve its relationships with other disabled people’s organisations (DPOs) and grassroots campaigning groups. Kamran Mallick (pictured) took over as chief executive of the national, pan-disability, user-led organisation this month, following
Activism and Campaigning Protesters outside the Tory offices, watched by police officers
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Anti-cuts activists have called for disabled people to vote tactically at the general election, in a bid to remove the Conservative party from power. Disabled People Against Cuts (DPAC) launched a campaign this week to “unseat” the Tory government, with a protest outside the party’s election headquarters in Westminster (pictured). Although they failed to
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