Join our campaign to save benefits for disabled people and the elderly
PUBLISHED: 12:32 17 September 2009 | UPDATED: 09:16 02 June 2010
I NOW live in Somerset but used to live in Walsoken and attended the Queen s School. I also used to work for the Wisbech Standard as a paper boy. We want people in your area to join in the campaign and call us now 01749 812041. We are trying to collec
I NOW live in Somerset but used to live in Walsoken and attended the Queen's School.
I also used to work for the Wisbech Standard as a paper boy.
We want people in your area to join in the campaign and call us now 01749 812041.
We are trying to collect petitions for saving DLA and AA benefits for disabled and elderly people.
So far we feel public awareness has been limited to this campaign due to government objections or media shyness.
We need disabled people and their carers to join our protest in this area.
I am dyslexic and have been a working carer part time and recently doing man and van for past 19 years and I presently receive benefits to help my wife who has learning disabilities and mental health issues.
Another big event to watch out for is November 13 which is the end of the governments consultation period. Hundreds of wheelchairs are due to march on no 10 Downing Street. Visit these websites for more information: www.politicalcripple.com/d/content/petition-preservation-disability-living-allowance-and-attendance-allowance: www.writetothem.com/ and www.benefitsandwork.co.uk/news/latest-news/1103-msps-join-fight-to-save-aa-and-dla
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