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We're joined by Karen Passmore who represents the Bristol branch of Disabled People Against The Cuts (DPAC) to discuss the effects of Conservative austerity and benefit cuts on the city's disabled people. The Department for Work and Pensions (Workfare and Punishment) are attempting to roll all benefits into one called Universal Credit. But, as Karen explains, this new benefit is not designed to help, but to punish all claimants further for being poor or disabled.
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Reachout Trust was established in 1982 in Twickenham, England, by Doug Harris, a local church leader, as an outreach to Jehovah’s Witnesses. From that early initiative Reachout has grown into a nationwide ministry that reaches out to people in cults, to educate Christians in how to share their faith with cult members, and to publish material that keeps people informed and equipped with biblical truth.

next week

Matthew Montagu-Pollock's Bristol Campaign Against Tower Blocks
Campaign against building high rise towers which destroy Bristol's 'historic charm'
'If we choose to build upwards we will end up with a city that looks like Leeds'
Marvin Rees plans to knock down Cumberland Basin and rename it ‘Western Harbour’

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