Labour leader Ed Miliband caused chaos this week after he was asked if he would save the Independent Living Fund (ILF) if Labour won power at May’s general election.
Government ministers have broken their high-profile promise to slash all waiting-times for the new disability benefit to less than four months.
Five disabled adults have won permission to take their legal battle against the government’s “bedroom tax” to the Supreme Court.
Disabled people are being threatened with legal action by a company exasperated by the government’s failure to pay invoices agreed through its Access to Work (AtW) scheme.
Disabled activists were outside the House of Lords today (Friday) for a highly personal protest about the latest attempts to legalise assisted suicide
The architect of the government’s sweeping welfare reforms is facing accusations of hypocrisy, after becoming the third minister with responsibilities for disability equality to be shamed over an inaccessible constituency office.
Disabled Access Day is all about getting out and visiting a venue that you’ve never been to before
WELFARE REFORM CHANGES ARE HAVING A SIGNIFICANT IMPACT ON SOCIAL HOUSING PROVIDERS AND TENANTS
Get on board to help people with sight loss
Universal Credit & Welfare Reform Act – 20th Feb, 2015 – Cardiff