Tag Archives: General election

Election manifestos & disability issues

DRUK blog post: General Election manifestos 2017 Disability Rights UK  is publishing links to the main 2017 general election party manifestos as they are published, with a selected list of proposals, which affect disabled people, taken from the relevant manifesto: Benefits, accessibility, … Continue reading

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DRUK suggests questions to ask parliamentary candidates

Disability Rights UK blog post, 2 May 2017: Three questions to ask your parliamentary candidates We as disabled people make up 1 in 5 of the UK population – that is all of us living with an impairment or long-term … Continue reading

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Online campaign ‘could enable disabled people to affect election outcome’

Disability news service blog post, by John Pring, 27 April 2017: Online campaign ‘could enable disabled people to affect election outcome’ Activists hope a new non-partisan online campaign – based on a successful US user-led movement – could finally enable … Continue reading

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