Monthly Archives: December 2011

DLA – ‘If I can’t apply for DLA, who can?’

On 19th December 2011, the Guardian published a story by Patrick Butler detailing the case of Sue Marsh. Sue recevied a letter detailing that she was no longer eligable for DLA under the eligability structure and would therefore have to … Continue reading

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Equality and Diversity News

Killers of Transgender People and the Disabled To Receive Longer Sentences The Home Office has announced jail sentences for murders motivated by hostility to a transgender person. The starting point used by the judge to set the tariff or minimum … Continue reading

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All aboard the Arts Fun Day on 17th Febuary

The date as been confirmed for Friday the 17th Feuary at Nehampton Arts Centre the time to be confirmed. If you require any other information pleace contact Christine McGowan on 01902 572090 at the Newhampton Arts Centre. Dunkley St, Wolverhampton … Continue reading

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Osborne`s Autumn Statement

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, has announced further savings to Benefits in his Autumn Statement 2011. Uprating most working age and disability benefits in line with the CPI in 2012-13, an increase of 5.2 per cent. The standard … Continue reading

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Mobility Component Saved For 80,000 Claimentss

The Government has announced a U turn over one of the many changes planned for the Benefits System in the coming years. The recent Low Review is an independent review into how the mobility needs of people living in state … Continue reading

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