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General Election 2019: DRUK guide to Policy and Comment

General Election 2019: DRUK guide to Policy and Comment

Disability Rights UK has produced a comprehensive guide to the major political parties’ positions on all the policies affecting the lives of disabled people

Disability Rights UK does not endorse or support any political party. The guide aims to summarise, analyse and discuss proposals specifically about disabled people, as well as how disabled people might be affected by proposals not directly about disabled people or disability issues. It highlights the potential good and bad aspects of each proposal, particularly how they affect disabled people and covers announcements made during the election campaign, including the party manifestos.

The Guide will continue to be updated with policy areas and comment up to the General Election on 12 December 2019.

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