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Our work wouldn’t be possible without continued support from people like you, so please show your support by clicking the link below to make a valued contribution. Alternatively, if you would like to offer support in another way please get in touch:

Please give whatever you can afford. For many of us a donation of £1 will be more than than they can afford and your donation will be particularly appreciated. Others may be able to spare a couple of pounds more to enable us to do this work together.

Whatever the sum might be please give generously in the certain knowledge that you are contributing and are an equal partner in ensuring that everybody in Britain will have a future and a hope, one in which nobody will be left behind should they fall upon hard times through sickness and/or disability or as a result of the periodic and systemic national and international financial crisis caused by the greed of those who run our banking and financial sectors.

Each one of us should recall the words "But for the grace of God, go I": The lives we help to save may, one day soon, be our own.

Making a stand against the systematic abuse of human rights

All donations will go towards funding the Poster in every Town and City in UK highlighting the threat to our welfare state and will encourage action to protect it.

Grassroots Campaigners, Black Triangle Campaign and Cross Border Alliance have come together to highlight the Violation and Systematic Abuse of Human Rights of those unfortunately relying on the state for health and financial assistance.

Time is running out to save our NHS, Social Security, Pensions and Public Services for future generations to come. Currently our Health and Public Services are overrun by an ideology where money and profits come before lives. This ideology originated from private insurance companies in the United States of America, whose aim was to privatise everything in their path at a cost to every Man, Woman and Child.
This ideology has to Stop now within the UK!

On this website you will find Independent Academic Research which highlights the inequality in society and evidence based reports by those on the frontline.
Help us spread the word, read reports, become a supporter or help fund our campaign.

“I support the aims of the campaign which is part of a growing movement to protect our basic services.”
- Ken Loach

“On average disabled people suffered six times more from the austerity cuts than any other sector of society.”
- Paul Laverty - Screenwriter


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