Neil Kane
Neil Kane

Without DLA my wife would spend much more time

Hannah Heeley

i can walk but not far and my partner can't walk at all

Sharon Broadbent

I also depend on without I wouldn't be able to get to hospital or nothing since time

Sharon Broadbent
Sharon Broadbent
  • Sharon Broadbent

What I meant was the hospital transport people have said I am not disabled enough so d l a is vital to me now

Pauline Perry

i think its a disgrace they are trying to stop it why do they always penalise the people who need it

June Balfour
June Balfour

Yes l think they should keep the Disability Living Allowance

Paul Long
Paul Long

I have been on DLA for a number of years and rely on it not just for Mobility but to pay people to do my washing,cooking and keeping the house in a respectable manner.For 34 years I paid 40% tax and P.A.Y.E, SO i AM ONLY RECEIVING WHAT i PAID IN. Brothers and Sisters we need to stick together and make our feelings know!!!

Ntale Monic
Ntale Monic

True,they should leave the DLA

Patrick Obrien

YES I THINK THEY SHOULD KEEP THE DISABILITY LIVING ALLOWANCE IF NOT THEY IN DOORS 24/7

Brenda Higginson
Brenda Higginson

Yes I dp

Kim Lewis-O'connor

Absolutely - some people cannot work and this is their lifeline

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