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Community Action: MK – Weekly Info & Updates

Welcome to the weekly bulletin for the voluntary and community sector of Milton Keynes Click here to see the full version of the newsletter      ‘Rethinking Equality in post Covid-19 times’: Additional sessions:  A few more spaces are available at the online…
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Disability Rights UK E-newsletter Friday 3th July 2020

News Round-up                     Reintroduction of work conditionality and sanctions Work and Pensions Secretary Thérèse Coffey has announced conditionality and benefit sanctions will be reintroduced this week as jobcentres in England start…
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Community Action: MK – Weekly Info & Updates

Welcome to the weekly bulletin for the voluntary and community sector of Milton Keynes. Please note that going forward, our weekly bulletins will be sent out on a Tuesday afternoon instead of a Monday morning.  Useful online support services  Over the past few…
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Disabled Motoring UK – June 2020

NEWS & FEATURES Have disabled people been forgotten in the era of social distancing? Friday, June 19th, 2020 Read more > New Equipment to Protect Cyclists Monday, June 15th, 2020 Read more > Car Dealerships Cut Prices Monday, June 15th,…
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Disability Rights UK E – newsletter 26 June 2020

End of lockdown: one size fits all approach fails shieldersGovernment plans to relax rules for shielders, including many disabled people and people with chronic health conditions, remove almost all of the key protective measures which have been in place since…
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Community Action: MK – Weekly Info & Updates

  Welcome to the weekly bulletin for the voluntary and community sector of Milton Keynes. Please note that going forward, our weekly bulletins will be sent out on a Tuesday afternoon instead of a Monday morning.  Home Truths: Undoing racism and delivering real…
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Disability Rights UK E-Newsletter 19 June 2020

News Round-up             Disabled women over 11 times more likely to die of Coronavirus Disabled women with limiting disabilities aged under 65 are 11.3 times more likely to die than non-disabled females, disabled men aged…
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