Laura Pidcock held a debate in parliament on the Personal Independence Payment only mirror reported it

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Laura Pidcock held a debate in parliament on the Personal Independence Payment only mirror reported it

Post by Admin on Mon Feb 05, 2018 4:10 pm

On Wednesday 31 January there were emotional scenes at parliament, as the reality of life for a large section of society was brought into sharp focus. But only The Mirror bothered to report on it.
Disabled people: truth to power

As The Canary previously reported, on 31 January Labour’s Laura Pidcock held a debate in parliament on the Personal Independence Payment (PIP). It highlighted emotional stories about the distress the PIP process causes sick and disabled people. But Pidcock said the Conservative MPs’ attitudes at the debate “astounded” her. And two activists from Disabled People Against Cuts (DPAC), Paula Peters and Keith Walker, made their feelings clear at the end. Listen:

https://www.thecanary.co/uk/2018/02/01/emotional-scenes-parliament-yesterday-media-didnt-care-video/
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