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Don’t change the rules on PIP

9 Mar 17

The government’s changing the rules so that people with mental health problems can’t get essential financial support called Personal Independence Payment (PIP). This is money that helps people pay for carers or therapy sessions. In other words, money needed to live with dignity. The government’s...


Don’t Sell the Green Investment Bank

9 Feb 17

Stopping climate change should be a top priority for the government. But right now, they’re considering selling off the ‘Green Investment Bank’ – it’s a bank run by the government that funds green energy projects that would help Britain kick it’s reliance on dirty fossil...

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Changes to disability appeals: Petition hand in

24 Nov 16

Today, we handed in a 60,000-strong petition to the Ministry of Justice, asking them to keep disability appeals fair.  The government want to change the way disabled people can appeal rejections and claim their benefits. The main change is holding the appeals over the telephone,...

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Climate March, will you be there?

11 Nov 15

There are moments in history when the very act of people coming together can force change. Sunday 29th November, the People’s Climate March, could be one of those moments. Will you be part of it? In just over three weeks’ time world leaders are coming...

Fracking: keep your promise

20 Jul 15

The government are trying to go back on their promise to protect our most beautiful parks and landscapes from fracking. England’s most precious wild spaces are at risk of being ruined by this ugly, polluting industry. A few months ago energy minister Amber Rudd promised...

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What happened at the Climate Lobby (a guest blog from Philly, 38 Degrees member)

18 Jun 15

Philly is one hundreds of 38 Degrees members who went to the climate lobby on Wednesday 17th June – here’s her report! Yesterday I was touched by how much love the British public have to show for Planet Earth, and how far some people will travel...