On the lawn at Iain Duncan Smith’s & down Lord Freud’s street
Disabled People Against Cuts are serving an eviction notice on Iain Duncan Smith, Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, in the front garden of his mansion in Swanbourne, Bucks! Protests have also been carrying on at David/Lord/Baron Freud’s (Welfare Minister and architect of the recent reforms who switched from Labour to the Tories around time of election) with UKUncut ‘Millionaire eviction specialists’ white van and many activists on foot paying him a visit (see picture below and video). Word has it that some of Freud’s neighbours in Highgate are providing refreshments. These are both part of a day of action Who wants to evict a Millionaire? against the bedroom tax and benefits cap. Other actions have taken place at Chancellor George Osborne’s Knutsford house and in city centres. This is already looking to be an interesting day for the government, and the police. The month of April introduces more massive cuts in benefits and introduction of further testing, many of these specifically hitting people with disabilities. Keep it up, one and all!
More pictures here too: http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2013/04/13/bedroom-tax-protests-uk-uncut_n_3075946.html