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The UK General Election 2015: Disability Toolkit

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Disability and constitutional reform.

Disability and constitutional reform.

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#ukdisability2015 #GE2015 The ODI say there are 10.3 million disabled adults living in the UK who can vote.  2.3m disabled people are not registered to vote.  Help make disabled persons' votes count.

#ukdisability2015 #GE2015
The ODI say there are 10.3 million disabled adults living in the UK who can vote. 2.3m disabled people are not registered to vote.
Help make disabled persons’ votes count.

What do we know about the pre-retirement 60 - 64 year old group of welfare supported voters?

What do we know about the pre-retirement 60 – 64 year old group of welfare supported voters?

10 million disabled persons have a vote in the May 2015 General Election.

The countries of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland need federal reform to prevent indefinite governance by a minority English party.  There needs a concept of equity on national reserved matters and England be afforded it’s on English Parliament.

With equality enshrined for all protected minorities and all power devolved locally, politicians can be held accountable for upholding basic human rights and public services in the regions across the UK.

RT #UKdisability2015 Disability Toolkit

https://t.co/hKdoyF0501 download the Disability Toolkit for the PDF version

https://t.co/n7Er6i72Uh download Constitutional Reform and Disability for the PDF version

https://t.co/2AFJaCOllH  download State Reform and Disability for the PDF Version

http://wp.me/p5F8zL-A Download the 1 missing million unaccounted for voters between the age 60 – 64 here:

http://wp.me/p5F8zL-E download the Predicted Disability Voting (PDV) Analysis by ascending majority / parliamentary seat here

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