June 14, 2016
The UK government is being questioned by a United Nations committee this week regarding its austerity measures and approach to anti-discrimination.
From 6 to 24 June, the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights is holding its 58th session to address specific issues in a number of countries including the United Kingdom.
Its list of issues for the UK includes requests for our Government to explain
UK representatives will be quizzed today and Wednesday at the Palais des Nations in Geneva.
As documented by our report on PIP in Scotland and findings from other charities, welfare reforms have reduced the level of support available to people with disabilities and long-term conditions, including M.E.
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