Camden: Scrap care charges of woman cancer patient

Sharing our letter in the Camden New Journal — get in touch if you would like to support the woman and help us campaign. See latest update. LETTERS Scrap these care charges 28 October, 2021 ‘We are all entitled to support services; women especially who have cared for people all our lives but when we … Read more

Green transport: disabled people refuse to be pitted vs cyclists

Our letter in the Camden New Journal: 24 September, 2020 • DISABLED people refuse to be pitted against cyclists, e-scooter riders and others changing to transport that doesn’t pollute the air we all breathe – pollution which is killing so many people. Camden Council and Transport for London should not be installing cycle lanes without … Read more

Fighting care charges

Natasha Cox from WinVisible recently spoke out about how care charges have affected her life, in an interview with the Camden New Journal. She is one of the severely disabled people hit by the charges increase which Camden implemented from last October. We were part of a community campaign against this, and supported Carers and … Read more

Disabled woman won housing under human rights

Update September 2022 — this ruling has been overturned.  Read more here Previous info: We want to publicise the precedent legal case of a homeless disabled woman we helped, who won the right to housing in 2016, as we’ve heard of women in similar situations where the Council is refusing to provide accommodation.  During the … Read more

Oppose Camden care charges increase LETTERS   It’s shameful that a Labour council is ready to make vulnerable people pay more for care rather than pressure the government 23 March, 2017 • DISABLED women are contacting us, desperately worried about council bills for home care and support, and the daily help they need but can’t afford to pay for … Read more