Hardest Hit Action in Westminster

On Tuesday 23 October a group of blind and partially sighted Hardest Hit campaigners from London and South East came together to lobby their MPs and ask them to read ‘The Tipping Point’ report.

The photos feature the campaigners holding a sack fall of letters and placards designed to be a postal label addressed to their local MP from all DLA claimants in their constituencies.

These photos were sent to local newspapers from each of the constituencies. After the photocall the campaigners went into Wesminster Hall, where some of the campaigners were able to meet with their MPs, to talk to them about the issues surrounding welfare reform.

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One thought on “Hardest Hit Action in Westminster

  1. huge well done and thank you for raising the issues and profile of these very ominous decisions and changes to people’s lives

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