Politicians have a lot of power to improve the lives of disabled people. They decide how much we spend on vital care for people, how employment law works, what benefits people get and how accessible new buildings are.
At Westminster, we make sure politicians understand the issues that matter to disabled people. We also work with civil servants to talk about the detail of government policy and to push for better support for disabled people.
Read some of the briefings we’ve sent to MPs and peers.
If you want to get involved in speaking to politicians, join our campaigns network.