I can’t reblog Sue Marsh’s Diary of a Benefits Scrounger, so I have to post excerpts and then point you to the link. Here she is:

This year, disability and the attacks we face are front and centre at Labour conference.

And even Ed, leader of the party, made sure we were there: “You see I think it is incredibly important that to be One Nation we must show compassion and support for all those who cannot work. Particularly the disabled men and women of our country.”

I know politics is a strange, unfathomable game, but leaders make their once-a-year conference speeches in broad strokes… When disability makes it into a leaders speech, we can safely say we’ve broken through.

This year, when I zoom after Jon Cruddas on my scooter or catch up with Michael Meacher at a conference stand, there is recognition, understanding, concern, where other years there was discomfort and a shifty eagerness to escape.

Read more at http://diaryofabenefitscrounger.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/disability-issues-finally-break-through.html