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By bringing employers, the welfare system and health services together we're taking significant steps to ensure everyone can reach their potential." Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt added: "This strategy will help shape the future for hundreds of thousands of people with disabilities and mental health issues as we continue to tackle the stigma that so many people face when trying to get into and progress in work." For Labour, shadow work and pensions secretary Debbie Abrahams warned that the plan appeared to be a recipe for further cuts.
Work and Pensions Secretary David Gauke said: "We've set out an ambitious 10-year strategy to end this injustice once and for all.
There are things that we feel Government could do which could really improve lives.” The disability organisations will highlight the lack of accessible housing, the decline in disabled children in education, cuts to health and social services, the rapidly growing use of compulsory detention and forced treatment powers contained in mental health legislation and plans to cap funding for support that allows disabled people to work.
It will also raise concerns about the level of hate speech and hate crime directed towards the disabled community.
Sue Bott, deputy CEO for Disability Rights UK and co-author of the report, told she and other researchers met disabled people across the UK as part of their evidence gathering and found that the UK was “going backwards” on disability rights.
She told of one wheelchair user who was denied available housing after being on a waiting list for six years because of the bedroom tax policy, and is now having to “crawl up the front steps into his house and haul himself up on his backside to get upstairs".