The Conservatives Have Disabled People’s Blood On Their Hands – Don’t Let Them Back In

“There is reliable evidence that the threshold of grave or systematic violations of the rights of persons with disabilities has been met in the State party” – United Nations At 21 years old, I’ve spent the entirety of my years maturing through high school and college under a Conservative government. Continue Reading

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EHRC – Welfare Reforms “Disproportionately” Affect Disabled People

A report by The Equalities and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has blamed Conservatives welfare reforms for pushing more disabled people and lone parents into poverty. The report which has gone largely unreported highlights the growing inequalities being faced across the United Kingdom. The Equalities and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is Continue Reading

UN Report Brands Austerity as “Ideological, Harsh & Uncaring” Part 1

Today saw the long awaited report from United Nations Special Rapporteur for Extreme Poverty and Human Rights, Professor Philip Alston. Alston visited the UK last November and was highly critical in his initial findings. The full report is damning about the Conservative’s use of austerity. Due to the length and Continue Reading

Austerity Is Killing People But You Won’t See Mass Protests

For a week now, the world has been talking about Extinction Rebellion and its efforts to force governments to act on climate change. While this goes on, the effects of austerity that even the United Nations condemned, continue to push people over the edge. Despite this, there’s no action to Continue Reading

Amber Rudd “happy” with 5 week Universal Credit wait

Work and Pensions Secretary, Amber Rudd has caused upset and shock by saying the 5 week wait for claimant’s first Universal Credit payment is acceptable. Unveiling a raft of “supposed” new announcements for Universal Credit, Rudd said of the 5 week period claimants have to wait; “at the moment I’m Continue Reading

Tory Party IHRA reference not there in July 2018 but is now – Dated 2017

Following a complaint to the Conservative Party they sent me their “CODE OF CONDUCT FOR CONSERVATIVE PARTY REPRESENTATIVES” and I noticed something was missing. The International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) working definition on antisemitism is there, but only the definition no examples. Whatsmore is that despite it missing in July Continue Reading

Universal Credit underpayments double those of Jobseekers Allowance

 have uncovered statistics that show that more claimants are being underpaid on Universal Credit – UC in comparison to Jobseekers Allowance – JSA. What is important is that the number of claimants on Jobseekers is far larger than those on Universal Credit   Statistics on the Government’s Stat-Xplore website show Continue Reading

Failure to act on Johnson’s Islamophobic comments show May only cares about herself

In the latest Tory Islamophobia scandal rather than calling for Boris Johnson to apologize or face disciplinary action, some MP’s have gone full Barry Stanton and backed him.  More importantly no action or investigation has even been launched against the former Foreign Secretary in what can only be seen as another sign Continue Reading

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