Tuesday, 8 March 2011

Letter In The Guardian

The Guardian has printed an open letter organized by The Broken of Britain. You can view this letter in The Guardian newspaper, or on the Society Guardian pages.

4 comments:

newsextra1962 said...

I think what your doing is absolutely wonderful.

I have put your letter up on my blog but I was wondering why you didn't ask Prof Paul Gregg to sign your letter to the Disabled persons Minister Maria Miller?

Prof Gregg has recently said that he believes the roll out of the new welfare assessments is a big mistake.

Well done anyway..

Rhydian said...

Hi newsextra1962 - we did consider it, and I'm sure he would have signed. The problem is that Prof. Gregg is somewhat lacking in credibility, and carries his own baggage which would overshadow the message of this letter.

newsextra1962 said...

Thanks for replying Rhydian:

Can you explain what you mean he lacks credibility? It's not that I doubt what you say I'm just interested to hear your views.

What do you think the chances of success are for getting the government to rethink it's stance on disibility benefits etc in the welfare reform bill?

fourbanks said...

None at all all of the political parties approve of it as do many of the public if you vote in a foolish way then you will have to pay the consequences