I want to say four or five points very quickly.
Camden United for Benefit Justice
Invites you to a Community Speak-out
Welfare Reforms –
what they mean for us
and how we can oppose them
Come and have your say
7pm Thursday 14th February 2013
at Camden Town Hall, Council Chamber
Judd St, WC1H 9JE
On Friday 8 February, the Appeal Court reduced Daniel Roque Hall`s original prison sentence to 18 months so he was released from custody and went home later that day!
The Court recognised that Daniel’s serious disabilities – which leave him unable to move his limbs, feed himself, hold a pen or a telephone, or read a book unaided – and complex health needs which require 24/7 care, meant that he should not be returned to prison.
Max Walters, Reporter Friday, February 8, 2013 Brent and Kilburn Times
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