From the TUC

The abolition of Disability Living Allowance

23 May 2013, by in Society & Welfare

The government has abolished Disability Living Allowance, the benefit that helps disabled people with mobility or care-related costs. The replacement, Personal Independence Payment, will lead to hundreds of thousands of people being worse off. I’ve recorded a short video to explain why unions are opposing this change.

One Response to The abolition of Disability Living Allowance

  1. justin thyme
    May 31st 2013, 8:38 am

    what the labour party and unions have allowed, without so much as a whimper, is the passage of disabled people onto the trains to the death mines – thank you