The Coalition government have been relentless in their welfare reforms, cuts to services. Warnings taken to them time and time again have been ignored. Many grassroot groups, charities, church leaders and think tanks have taken numerous actions, in their attempts to show the reality of how many disabled people and carers are being hit disproportionately by the cuts to benefits and services.
YOU may be someone affected now
It may be YOU next, if you suddenly become seriously ill/disabled and/or a family carer.
You may be campaign weary, wondering how much more you can give. However, we must always rise up that one more time than we fall.
TAKE ACTION OR ACCEPT THE REFORMS – WHICH IS IT TO BE?
It is vital as many MPs as possible attend, to participate in this debate and speak up on your behalf about how the reforms are impacting on your lives.
Details how to contact your MP can be found here
You will be able to watch the debate live on the day from approximately 11.30am, links will be provided nearer the time. Those on twitter will be using the hash-tag #WowDebate2014
If you require further information, or want to inform WoW if your MP is/is not attending, please contact WoW team direct email@example.com
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