Created 08/14/2012 - 9 months ago
Four years after the introduction of his pioneering Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons Act of 1970, Alf Morris, Lord Morris of Manchester, became Britain's first minister for disabled people. Morris, who has died aged 84, earnestly and doggedly battled for the rights of disabled people in the ...
Obituary: Lord Morris of Manchester http://t.co/S5FWFexn << #disability rights legend, his legacy now being unpicked #welfare
RT @ArtelGalleryuk: RIP Lord Alf Morris, Champion & tenacious fighter for disabled people the @CoopParty & co-operative ideals. http://t.co/pN3CmJgK #disability
RT @PsychoticLynx: A good man and a proper politician. RT @suey2y: Lord Morris of Manchester obituary http://t.co/JPe27CBP via @guardian
Lord Morris of Manchester obituary http://t.co/fl9FFWP6 via @guardian Why is this not HEADLINE news in our newspapers! with comments!
RT @LabourHistory: Obituary @guardian of Alf Morris, Lord Morris of Manchester: http://t.co/Oar29qwY
RT @RonnieBarko: Aw, Lord Morris! How sad. http://t.co/EaH6ixcs Annoyed that so much coverage given to Helen Gurley Brown over a true national hero
Lord Morris of Manchester did so much for disabled people. Thank you Alf. http://t.co/gN4bRJlw via @guardian