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Disability activists held a vigil at lunchtime outside the High Court in London yesterday, highlighting Work Capability Assessment injustices.
Christian campaigners have backed direct action against Atos, a company accused of wrongly declaring thousands of disabled people to be fit for work.
The government's minister for disabled people, Maria Miller, yesterday reiterated in the House of Commons her oft-made claim that charities back the coalition's welfare reform policies.
Disabled people chained wheelchairs together and led hundreds of others in forming barriers across Oxford Street on Saturday to protest against welfare cuts.
Groups of disabled, sick and elderly people will take to the streets in central London today to protest loudly against government welfare cuts.
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