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Radical overhaul of adult social care law on the way

THE Law Commission is recommending the most far-reaching reforms of adult social care law seen for over 60 years.

Disabled army set to invade London

CAMPAIGNERS from across the UK will be taking to the streets tomorrow (Wednesday) in central London to protest against cuts to disability benefits and services.

Court overturns council cuts to disabled people

FOUR severely disabled adults have succeeded in overturning Birmingham City Council’s decision to only fund social care services to meet “critical” needs.

Government ‘ignores’ concerns on disability benefit reform

THE GOVERNMENT has refused to listen to the voices of thousands of disabled people who raised concerns over its disability living allowance (DLA) reforms, say campaigners.

OUT NOW! Your free All Together NOW! paper

THE presses have rolled with the spring edition of your free and favourite All Together NOW! paper.

Out in the cold – Franklin’s protest over benefits’ axe

ON THE eve of the second reading of the Government’s controversial Welfare Reform Bill, on March 9, disabled activist Kaliya Franklin stripped off to demonstrate what the result would be for disabled people across the UK if disability benefits are slashed to the bare minimum.

New rights for disabled and older bus passengers

DISABLED people, and those with mobility problems, across the European Union have won important new rights to travel on buses and coaches.

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