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DPAC Video: Jenny Hurst’s Story #TrashTheTories

Everyone connected with Disabled People Against Cuts has been working hard on social media to promote the #TrashTheTories campaign. I have been tweeting as if my life depended on it  – it sort of does – and now we are sharing these videos in an attempt to illustrate why a vote for the ‘nasty party’ should not even be a consideration.

These videos are excellently produced and highlight why we need #GE17 to produce a total change of Government that will work for the many, not the few.

Do you really think the Conservatives are strong and stable leaders? Watch Jenny’s story to hear how Tory policies are forcing disabled people onto benefits rather than getting us back into the workplace. Strong and stable or weak and wobbly? #GE2017

DPAC Video: Jenny’s Story #TrashTheTories

Everyone connected with Disabled People Against Cuts has been working hard on social media to promote the #TrashTheTories campaign. I have been tweeting as if my life depended on it  – it sort of does – and now we are sharing these videos in an attempt to illustrate why a vote for the ‘nasty party’ should not even be a consideration.

These videos are excellently produced and highlight why we need #GE17 to produce a total change of Government that will work for the many, not the few.

Think austerity is all about saving money and balancing the books? Watch Jenny’s story to find out how Tory policies are damaging the economy as well as the prospects of many talented disabled people. #GE2017

DPAC Video: Andria’s Story #TrashTheTories

Everyone connected with Disabled People Against Cuts has been working hard on social media to promote the #TrashTheTories campaign. I have been tweeting as if my life depended on it  – it sort of does – and now we are sharing these videos in an attempt to illustrate why a vote for the ‘nasty party’ should not even be a consideration.

These videos are excellently produced and highlight why we need #GE17 to produce a total change of Government that will work for the many, not the few.

56 year old Andria talks about the harsh reality of being severely disabled in 2017 Britain.

 

Wrexham DPAC #TrashTheTories

So its time for the final push. I will be going around the local village later to post Trash The Tories leaflets that I have left over from my protest in Wrexham town centre yesterday. GE17 has been an exciting time that has seen me invest a lot of money in DPAC materials – such as a banner and leaflets – and make many friends as we fight for a change of government. The campaign has allowed me to engage with the local community, meet comedy icon Steve Coogan and flood social media with #TrashTheTories literature.

All this has been done in the name of Wrexham DPAC which I hope will continue to grow and prosper long into the future, whatever the result on Thursday. I’m sorry to have to rush this blog entry but there is still time to convince people to #TrashTheTories and #VoteLabour.

Here are some of my highlights-

 

 

 

 

DPAC Video #TrashTheTories

Everyone connected with Disabled People Against Cuts has been working hard on social media to promote the #TrashTheTories campaign. I have been tweeting as if my life depended on it  – it sort of does – and now we are sharing these videos in an attempt to illustrate why a vote for the ‘nasty party’ should not even be a consideration.

These videos are excellently produced and highlight why we need #GE17 to produce a total change of Government that will work for the many, not the few.

David has Bipolar disorder. He discusses how this condition affects his everyday life and how stress is easily triggered. The assessment process has worsened his health.