Rummery K (2015) Ignoring disabled people and carers could cost parties thousands of votes. The Conversation. 28.04.2015.
First paragraph: There are 11m disabled adults eligible to vote in the UK. So given that the Conservatives only won 2.1m more votes than Labour in 2010, but ended up as the party of government, it’s curious to see the main parties failing to reach out to this group. If either of the main parties attracted disabled voters with the right promises, it could take them a long way to gaining an overall majority.
Disability; Carers; UK General Election 2015; Disability discrimination
|Publication date online||28/04/2015|
|Publisher||The Conversation Trust|
|Place of publication||London|