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Sick and disabled people behind the 'Responsible Reform' report exposing the governments sham consultation on DLA have had to pause because of illness.
The 'Responsible Reform' report by disabled people critiquing the government's efforts to slash their benefits and support has attracted huge attention.
Timed to coincide with the return of the Welfare Reform Bill to the House of Lords, today (9 January 2012) sees the formal launch of the report 'Responsible Reform' (http://www.ekklesia.co.uk/responsiblereformDLA).
The author of a hard-hitting new report says government consultation on 'disastrous' welfare changes has now been shown to be 'a sham'.
A new report entitled Responsible Reform, published today by disabled people (9 January 2012), finds that government misled MPs and peers over the hostility to disability benefit reform.
Ekklesia associate director Symon Hill is planning to join in nonviolent direct action by blocking a central London road in protest against reckless driving and the policies of central and local government. In this article, he explains why.
Cyclists, pedestrians and disability activists will block a dangerous road in central London to call for "a change in the balance of power on London's roads".
Research to be published on 9 January 2012, carried out by disabled people themselves, will show massive opposition to the government's disability benefit reforms.