This government has to break with the shameful legacy of the previous regime, which demonised disabled people in receipt of benefits.’ A disability benefits protest on Westminster bridge in September [Image: Nick Ansell/PA].

This government has to break with the shameful legacy of the previous regime, which demonised disabled people in receipt of benefits.’ A disability benefits protest on Westminster bridge in September [Image: Nick Ansell/PA].

She’ll miss this opportunity.

The UN is damning about the effects of cuts on disabled people. If Theresa May wants to escape David Cameron’s toxic legacy, here’s her chance

Source: Our disabled community is suffering. Time to act on the UN report, not reject it | Katharine Quarmby | Opinion | The Guardian

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