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Ripped-off Britons: Cameron 'calls time' on Labour's equality impact assessments

Ripped-off Britons: Cameron 'calls time' on Labour's equality impact assessments

Disabled people whose mobility is affected by mental health conditions or autism are having their blue parking badges snatched away by local councils in England as a result of the introduction of the governments new disability benefit.  Government guidance issued after the introduction of personal independence payment (PIP) advises councils how to deal with blue badge applications from disabled people who formerly claimed disability living allowance (DLA) but have now been reassessed for…

Disabled people whose mobility is affected by mental health conditions or autism are having their blue parking badges snatched away by local councils in England as a result of the introduction of the governments new disability benefit. Government guidance issued after the introduction of personal independence payment (PIP) advises councils how to deal with blue badge applications from disabled people who formerly claimed disability living allowance (DLA) but have now been reassessed for…

David Cameron axes equality assessments in war on 'red tape'    PM announces end to equality impact assessments, a cut in judicial reviews and streamlined consultation

David Cameron axes equality assessments in war on 'red tape'

David Cameron axes equality assessments in war on 'red tape' PM announces end to equality impact assessments, a cut in judicial reviews and streamlined consultation

Junior doctors next plan to strike on 6 April. Photo: Dinendra Haria/REX/Shutterstock

Junior doctors next plan to strike on 6 April. Photo: Dinendra Haria/REX/Shutterstock

The equality watchdog is to commission a major piece of research into whether the governments welfare reforms have harmed the human rights of disabled people and other minority groups.  The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) says it wants to examine the impact of changes to the welfare system on independent living and poverty.  Its decision appears to mirror the decision of the UNs committee on the rights of persons with disabilities to carry out an unprecedented inquiry into…

The equality watchdog is to commission a major piece of research into whether the governments welfare reforms have harmed the human rights of disabled people and other minority groups. The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) says it wants to examine the impact of changes to the welfare system on independent living and poverty. Its decision appears to mirror the decision of the UNs committee on the rights of persons with disabilities to carry out an unprecedented inquiry into…

Todays posts: DfE finally admits: ‘We didn’t assess equality impact of grammar school expansion’

Todays posts: DfE finally admits: ‘We didn’t assess equality impact of grammar school expansion’

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