/ Government Cuts Shutting The Disabled Out Of Society.

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Timmd on 30 Nov 2017

https://rightsinfo.org/government-cuts-shut-disabled-people-society-says-new-report/

Keep this in mind when you next hear them talking, and when you next come to vote. It's necessary reading.
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bouldery bits - on 30 Nov 2017
In reply to Timmd:

Hi Tim,

I'm not sure that the politicians of any side are interested in doing anything about it. Much easier to kowtow to the tabloids moaning about 'benefit cheats' etc.

All very sad.

In good news, I'm having a lovely cup of tea.


Have a nice evening!
keith-ratcliffe on 30 Nov 2017
In reply to Timmd:
Put Harry & Meghan on the case!
Timmd on 30 Nov 2017
In reply to bouldery bits:
I can be detached from what I share, because that's how one survives. I am having a nice evening, ta.
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Big Ger - on 30 Nov 2017
In reply to Timmd:

Do you have a friend whose been affected?
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Timmd on 30 Nov 2017
In reply to Big Ger:
Having had to deal with mental health problems, anything which affects disabled people strikes a chord now that I'm better and have some perspective on how I used to be. It's perhaps given me something of an affinity for people like those mentioned in the article, and for anybody affected by the cuts, because it's all disability in the end.

So I thought I'd draw attention to what's in my OP....

Post edited at 22:27
Big Ger - on 30 Nov 2017
In reply to Timmd:

Sorry, forgot the winky

;-)
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Timmd on 30 Nov 2017
In reply to Big Ger:
As it happens, I probably do, a friend has a dodgy hip and a degenerative bone disease, something to do with the blood supply.

I think your humour may be a specialism...

Ha
Post edited at 23:28
Big Ger - on 30 Nov 2017
In reply to Timmd:

That's one way of putting it.
Timmd on 02 Dec 2017
In reply to Big Ger:
I guess all our senses of humour are specialisms.

I'll probably laugh when the cu*ts have stopped targeting the disabled. It's horrible how the most vulnerable are currently being most affected by austerity.

The list is quite a long one...
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