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May threatens to pull plug on United Nations funding unless they see things her way

Theresa May has had enough of the UN breathing down her neck for violating CRPD laws and has threatened to pull the plug on their funding.

The United Kingdom had signed up to CRPD optional protocols to protect the rights of disabled people.  It’s a checkbox that gives an appearance the Tories respect disabled people.

In reality the Tories show contempt for the sick, disabled and the poor.  They famously blocked a £3 million fund set up by the EU to help UK’s poor people.

Here is what they found..

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You can read the full initial UN report here: http://d.pr/f/dob2

TV news has not been completely silent over Tory treatment of disabled people..

Coroners have come out and said the Tories are responsible for deaths

United Nations says Britain is going backwards instead of forwards

The most shocking aspect of the UN report is what it reveals about the UK government’s increasing non-compliance with existing UK legislation. For example, it is obliged by law to carry out impact assessments and gather necessary statistics concerning any policies likely to have a disproportionately negative impact on disabled people. But its replies to UN requests for data repeatedly demonstrated that it is in breach of this public sector equality duty. As a result, the government’s schools green paper, published a year ago, failed to conduct the legally required impact assessment, even though this policy would undoubtedly have affected the life chances of many disabled children.

Tories guilty of systemic violations

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Tories forced to refund victims of unfair dismissal after Supreme Court Ruling

The Tories don’t care if workers are treated like Kings or slaves.  They do care about money though.  Owners of large businesses have money and they want to influence Government policy to suit their own pockets.  The Tories are only too happy to oblige.

In 2012 the Tory leadership invited Adrian Beecroft to draw up Tory employment policy for them. What he came back with was nothing short of a corporate wishlist of pro-business anti-worker regulations, including proposals to introduce sack-at-will legislation, to restrict access to unfair dismissal claims and slash awards that are made to those that are not excluded entirely, to create immunity from prosecution for employers that hire illegal immigrants and to remove carry-over legislation to allow new owners of businesses to rid themselves of long established workers.

Who is Adrian Beecroft?

Adrian Beecroft and his Tory donations

Adrian Beecroft and his Tory donations – data from the Electoral Commission

What a surprise he’s a Tory donor!

The Supreme Court ruling forces the Tories to repay costs to victims of unfair dismissal. These were costs put up as a barrier by the Tories to help prevent workers take legal action against unscrupulous bosses.

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Tories forced to refund victims of unfair dismissal after Supreme Court Ruling

Cameron blew almost £9K taxpayers’ cash for a party

A vile misuse of taxpayers’ cash

They’re literally partying at your expense

David Cameron blew nearly £9,000 of taxpayers’ cash on a showbiz party snubbed by top Hollywood names

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Cameron hiked friends’ pay 25% using taxpayers money

Cameron hiked friends’ pay 25%… while public servants scraped by on 1% rise.

“Cameron talked a lot about cutting the cost of politics over the last few years. This shows how utter empty this rhetoric was”

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Cameron exposed as one of worst Prime Ministers in modern history

The former PM fared worse than Gordon Brown and only Sir Anthony Eden and Sir Alec Douglas-Home were rated worse.

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Who’s Who In Cameron’s Honours List

Here is the full list of names of those given honours and peerages by David Cameron. We’re expected to believe it’s pure co-incidence that some are Tory donors.

:: CH (Companion of Honour)
George Osborne – Lately Chancellor of the Exchequer and First Secretary of State. For political and public service.
:: KCMG (Knight Commander, Order of St Michael and St George)
Hugo Swire – Lately Minister of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs and Minister of State for Northern Ireland. For political and public service.
:: KCB (Knight Commander, Order of the Bath)
Michael Fallon – Secretary of State for Defence. For political and public service.
:: Kt (Knight)
Andrew Cook – Chairman of William Cook Holdings and former Treasurer of Conservatives In. For political service.
Oliver Letwin – Lately Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. For political and public service.
Patrick McLoughlin – Chairman of the Conservative Party and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. For political and public service.
Craig Oliver – Lately Number 10 Director of Communications. For political and public service.
:: DBE (Dame Commander of the British Empire)
Caroline Spelman – Second Church Estates Commissioner and lately Cabinet Minister. For political and public service.
Arabella Warburton – Chief of Staff to Sir John Major. For political and public service.
:: CB (Companion, The Order of the Bath)
Nicholas Howard – Assistant Private Secretary to the Prime Minister. For public service.
:: CBE (Commander of the British Empire)
Helen Bower – Easton – Prime Minister’s Spokesperson. For public service.
John Hayes – Minister of State for Transport. For political and public service.
Nick Herbert – Lately Minister of State for Police and Criminal Justice and Chair of the All Party Group on Global TB and global LGBT Rights. For political and public service.
Ramsay Jones – Lately Special Adviser to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
Tim Kiddell – Private Secretary to the Prime Minister. For public service.
Daniel Korski – Lately Deputy Director of the Number 10 Policy Unit. For political and public service.
David Lidington – Leader of the House of Commons. For political and public service.
Will Straw – Lately Executive Director of the Stronger In Campaign. For political and public service.
Graeme Wilson – Lately Press Secretary to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
Gavin Williamson – Government Chief Whip and lately Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
OBE (Officer of the British Empire)
Julian Glover – Lately Special Adviser to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
Kathryn Jenkins – Conference Planner. For political service.
Neil O’Brien – Special Adviser to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
Lena Pietsch – Lately Special Adviser to the Deputy Prime Minister. For political and public service.
Thea Rogers – Lately Chief of Staff to the Chancellor of the Exchequer. For political and public service.
Alan Sendorek – Lately Number 10 Head of Political Press. For political and public service.
Isabel Spearman – Lately Special Adviser to Samantha Cameron. For political and public service.
Sheridan Westlake – Special Adviser to the Prime Minister and formerly Special Adviser to the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government. For political and public service.
Natasha Whitmill – Constituency Agent to the Rt Hon David Cameron MP. For
political service.
Eleanor Wolfson – Lately Deputy Chief of Staff to the Chancellor of the Exchequer. For political and public service.
MBE (Member of the British Empire)
Adam Atashzai – Lately Special Adviser to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
Jessica Cunniffe – Lately Speechwriter to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
Martha Gutierrez Velez – Driver, Government Car Service. For public service.
Richard Jackson – Lately Head of Operations, CCHQ. For political service.
Giles Kenningham – Lately Special Adviser to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
David McFarlane – The Rt Honourable David Cameron’s constituency Chairman. For political service.
Richard Parr – Lately Special Adviser to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
Caroline Preston – Lately Special Adviser to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
Jane Robertson – Constituency Manager to the Rt Hon George Osborne MP. For political service.
Nick Seddon – Lately Special Adviser to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
Nikki Shale – Constituency activist in Witney and Charity Trustee. For political service.
Kate Shouesmith – Lately Special Adviser to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
Sean Storey – Driver, Government Car Service. For public service.
Charlotte Todman – Lately Senior Press Officer, Number 10. For public service.
Laura Trott – Lately Special Adviser to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
Martha Varney – Lately Special Adviser to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
:: Peerages from the former leader of the Conservative Party
Gabrielle Bertin – lately director of external relations at Number 10
Olivia Bloomfield – lately partner at Atlantic Superconnection Corporation and chairman of the Pump House Project
Jonathan Caine – lately special adviser to Theresa Villiers
Camilla Cavendish – lately head of the Number 10 policy unit
Andrew Fraser – treasurer of the Conservative Party
Jitesh Gadhia – lately senior managing director at Blackstone and currently board member of UK Financial Investments and UK Government Investments
Timothy Kirkhope – MEP for Yorkshire and Humber and former member of parliament for Leeds North East
Ed Llewellyn – lately chief of staff to the Prime Minister
Mark McInnes – Conservative councillor for the Meadows/Morningside ward in Edinburgh and director of the Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party
Philippa Roe – leader of Westminster City Council
Liz Sugg – lately head of operations at Number 10
Charlotte Vere – executive director of the Girls’ Schools Association and former executive director at Conservatives In
Laura Wyld – lately head of the Prime Minister’s appointments unit
:: Nominations from the leader of the Labour Party
Shami Chakrabarti – chancellor of the University of Essex and former director of Liberty
:: Nominations for crossbench peerages
Sir Nicholas Macpherson – lately permanent secretary to Her Majesty’s Treasury (2005-2016)
Sir Peter Ricketts – lately Her Majesty’s ambassador to France (2012-16), national security adviser (2010-12) and permanent under secretary FCO and head of the Diplomatic Service (2006-10)

Committee vetoes Cameron’s peerage for Tory donor

In an embarrassing move for David Cameron, the official independent advisory committee responsible for granting titles has refused to support an award for Michael Spencer, the City boss who has raised an estimated £70 million for the Tory party.

We previously reported how peers such as Lord Hanningfield could be rewarded £300 simply by turning up to their office then leaving soon after – and get away with it following a police investigation!

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Peerage blocked by committee