Mary Alice Petch-Pollard

I know too many people who have absolutely nothing wrong with them - and they take advantage of the 'system' and I know people with disabilities and they don't get the help they deserve and they struggle and suffer day to day......... it just isn't right. No one with physical or mental difficulties should be denied the right of living a good, secure and safe life!

Sheila Rawlings
Sheila Rawlings

Well - it's pretty obvious actually. I have been chronically ill for more years than I can remember, but I was medically retired in 1983 & have been struggling to live on benefits now for almost 30yrs. I KNOW what poverty is like - yes even in the UK - it is SO hard to maintain a family life whilst on benefits from very early infancy up until Further Education. Poverty just became a way of life & still is.(I hasten to add that I was the breadwinner as my ex-husband was also disabled).

David Candlin
David Candlin

I have had health problems in the past, and continue to do so! I know how difficult it is, to acess benefits to help with being mobile and independent.

Sarah Dillingham
Sarah Dillingham

society should protect the most vulnerable.

Sonja Gardener
Sonja Gardener

I am disabled myself. Thankfully I do not have to use my chair all the time, but a lot of the time. People overlook you, some looks down on you. Not a good feeling.

Rach Phillips
Rach Phillips

My son is Autistic. Benefits should go to the disabled not fake ones. I've got crumbling spine with no benefits but I will battle on

Lou Collins
Lou Collins

our rights are important , no one has the right to take them away from us!

Tasha Justice
Tasha Justice

No one chooses to be disabled and everyone deserves to be happy and not have to struggle everyday.

Tina LeProtti Blocker
Tina LeProtti Blocker

make a difference in someone,s life, let's be selfless.

Jay Wilson
Jay Wilson

No one chooses disability, it just happens and people with a disability need to be protected and provided for without question.

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