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The latest news from our campaigners.

Our chief executive Neil Heslop responds to political parties manifestos.

The question we need to ask all political parties ahead of the general election is: ‘What are you going to do for disabled people?’

The general election offers an important opportunity to make sure the issues disabled people care about stay on the political agenda.

Our chief executive responds to the Institute for Fiscal Studies report on public spending on adult social care in England.

Transport for London (TfL) is now permanently offering a 'Please offer me a seat' badge for people who find it difficult to stand when using public transport.

Our chief executive responds to today's Communities and Local Government Committee report on adult social care.

Our chief executive responds to the announcement by the government to devolve powers to London and Greater Manchester to deliver employment support, said:

At least 34 councils in England admit they continue to commission 15-minute visits for personal care, despite official guidance saying they shouldn’t do so.

Thousands of disabled and older people are still receiving undignified homecare in 15-minute slots despite official guidance against these ‘flying’ care visits.

Neil Heslop responds to a letter from the chairs of three select committees urging a cross-party agreement on the future of health and social care funding.

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