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Disability benefit changes 'should be reconsidered'
Anyone wanting to support charities, such as Epilepsy Society, and groups who campaign on behalf on disabled people can use Hardest Hit’s online tool to email your MP asking them to challenge these last minute changes.
Disabled people would be "ghettoised and excluded from society" under the new benefit rules, says a crossbench peer.
Speaking to the BBC, Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson says the government needs to "think again" about its last-minute changes to the system of Personal Independence Payments to replace Disability Living Allowance.
A BBC news story reports that tougher rules to assess how far people can walk mean many claimants will lose help with transport from April.