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Frank Field. MP Labour Party Thank you for inviting me to contribute to Disability Talk. There are three main areas of the benefits system in which...

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John Wallace – UKIP MEP for West Sussex

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Nigel Farage MEP

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Alan Johnson on disability discrimination

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