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Campaigning group Disabled People Against Cuts has launched  a series of short films for the final week of the general election campaign.

The films, produced by Tough and Rumble media production company, aim to expose the reality of so-called welfare reform and why this election matters so much to Deaf and Disabled People.

The series of four films will be released across the next three days, starting with David talking about the personal impact of the disability benefit assessment process:

David's Story

DPAC is launching a series of short films for the final week of the #GE2017 election campaign. The films, generously produced for us by Tough and Rumble media production company, aim to expose the reality of so-called welfare reform and why this election matters so much to Deaf and Disabled People. The series of four films will be released across the next three days – please look out for them and watch and share far and wide.Today we start with David talking about the personal impact of the disability benefit assessment process.

Posted by DPAC (Disabled People Against Cuts) on Monday, June 5, 2017

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