Disabled people and their families are at breaking point because their vital support is being stripped away.
How many more wake-up calls do we need? Report after report tells the same damning story. Welfare cuts will have a devastating impact on people's lives.
It's time to start focusing on what support and services disabled people need to live decent lives, rather than what can be taken away.
The new Disability Minister wants to be a 'champion for disabled people'.
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