Words try to hide government’s callous views on disability equality

Words give news, they give views, they tell the truth – but they can also hide the truth and deceive people. As examples, take a look at these:  “The government agrees …” “The government recognises …” “The government notes …” “The government agrees …” These led not to acceptance but dismissal of most of a … Continue reading Words try to hide government’s callous views on disability equality

Shameful that charities ‘sell out’ people with disabilites

Several leading disability charities are being criticized, by a user-led disability group, for flirting with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) and  seeking to gain UK government contracts. The Disabled People Against Cuts (DPAC) said that the charities are 'selling out' and that there is no way that the charities could speak out strongly … Continue reading Shameful that charities ‘sell out’ people with disabilites