Friday, September 16, 2011

Government's welfare reform bill trick stinks of injustice

"The welfare reform bill will affect millions of lives at their most vulnerable point – isn't that worth proper scrutiny?"  politics.co.uk 

5 comments:

LittleLinden said...

I am signed up to the parliament mailing list for progress on the welfare reform bill. First they sent me a date for the grand committee. today they sent dates for the house of lords committee. i am wondering if they have now changed the plan?

Anonymous said...

my wife has been my carer for 25 years but when they remove our house because it is a 3 bedroom and both incapacity benefit and dla my wife will have to find work i will be on my own with my thoughts i ave self harmed in thge past my wife wont cope with all this plus only her income she will leave for her own sanity i wont have anything else to live for bads things will happen thats why she is here along with the hospital to stop me going off the rails the torys are social cleansing the uk of ill and disabled but i dont have blue eyes and blonde hair this country is going to release a army of picked on mentaly ill people watch what happens

DeusExMacintosh said...

"The welfare reform bill will affect millions of lives at their most vulnerable point – isn't that worth proper scrutiny?"

You might THINK that, I couldn't possibly comment...

enerfly said...

Reading your blog and wondered if you would like to join our brand new social network & social movement site for people affected by medical adversity/disability. We are growing with passionate people. We are currently looking for members to write an article, be featured bloggers, participate in discussions, video talks and give us feedback. Hope you'll join us at www.enerfly.org and if you are interested please e-mail enerfly@live.com

Anonymous said...

Hi Kaliya..
it's so fantastic that the ESA motion was passed yesterday despite all efforts to stop it.. brilliant! & the wording is hard even for the ignorant to ignore... I really would be dancing if it was going to be voted on in lords... If it has to be agreed on UNANIMOUSLY in a side room with no democratic vote are we still lost??... Nevertheless we have a victory from grass roots people which must soothe our despair for now...
I just wanted to say hello.. I'm stuck here in Nuneaton whilst you are in my lovely Birmingham.. I know i could be useful if i was back home because i would have a place for people to stay etc & i would be able to go on the demos with help.. Never mind you are there for me & of course you have a fab fella there too.. It's very weird thinking of you being in the places i might normally be & meeting new friends for curry or cheesy chips... You all look fab in your photo.. all beautiful & i feel i'm a little part of you in spirit... I have been given so much strength by you & others & have a stong feeling i will get myself home somehow...
Have a fab day but do take care...
very best wishes... 'Nita