Welfares Last Stand
Welfare’s Last Stand
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What’s your Christmas message to the government?
The Hardest Hit are planning to send a giant Christmas card to the Government signed by thousands of disabled people, those with long-term conditions and their families and friends. We want to let them know that we are not asking for gifts, but we do want our basic rights protected and the support to enable us to live independently and with dignity.
Help us campaign by signing our petition.Your support will be invaluable as we talk to Lords and MPs and they prepare to vote on these changes.
Please support our campaign by filling in your details here
Don’t let disabled children pay the price for welfare reform: reverse unfair plans to cut support by up to £27 per week for 100,000 disabled children
Created by:Bob Reitemeier: Chief Executive, The Children’s Society
Welfare Reform Bill – act now from RNIB
Help us to:
- Challenge the 20 per cent budget cut to Disability Living Allowance (DLA).
- Ensure the benefit that replaces DLA, Personal Independence Payment (PIP), meets the needs of blind and partially sighted people.
- Make sure people receive contributory Employment Support Allowance (ESA) for as long as they need it to assist them with their pathway towards work.
We need to target peers in the House of Lords in advance of and during their debate and vote on the Welfare Reform Bill. This bill will bring in many of the changes we’re concerned about.
read here about 2 easy steps you can take to help
Government spending plans: why are we concerned?
We don’t believe that the Government has fully considered what the impact will be on disabled people and their families if these cuts go ahead. We’ve already heard from many of you who share our concerns
If you would like to support our campaign or share your story contact the Campaigns team on 020 7619 7370 or email email@example.com