Anger without action changes nothing for the disabled
No matter how tight money is, we must now deliver to people with disabilities, writes Simon Harris
GREAT outrage without reform never gives a good result. That's exactly what happened in December.
The Government announced planned cuts to young people with disabilities. People with a sense of social justice rightly reared up. They realised that this group often have to pay more just to go about their daily lives -- taking a bus, making a phone call, going to the shop.