Disabled people : discriminate against them, why not?
The Royal Courts of Justice: an imposing building, but will they impose an unjust ruling?

Disabled people : discriminate against them, why not?

This is day three of the Court of Appeal hearing against the bedroom tax. Monday morning began with a vigil outside the Royal Courts of Justice, supported by Disabled People Against the Cuts (DPAC), WinVisible, Taxpayers Against Poverty, Camden Association of Street Properties, the Anti Bedroom Tax and Benefit Justice Federation and others.

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So. Do we think there’s some hierarchy to mental illness?

So. Do we think there’s some hierarchy to mental illness?

This is day three of the Court of Appeal hearing against the bedroom tax. Monday morning Sufferers of mental illness find different ways to ease the burden.

Sufferers of mental illness find different ways to ease the burden. My preference is to seek out the mutual support found within a group living with similar issues. Many of the battles we fight to survive are fought by the sufferer alone. Any activity which widens that frame is a huge comfort & the thought of being able to offer solidarity to others makes it all the more worthwhile.

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Respected commentator on mental health issues; on industry, industrial relations and business ethics; and on issues relating to Violence Against Women and Girls.

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