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Andy is a a campaigner for RETHINK & MIND.

Dear Andy,

Thank you for emailing the Secretary of State about about meeting with the families and committing to a public inquiry into benefit related deaths and serious harm.

Follow these links to ask your families and friends to share the campaign on facebook and twitter so our message is heard loud and clear?

The Rethink Mental Illness Campaigns team

Hi Andy

As we welcome in a new year, we wanted to send you a special message to say thank you for campaigning with us in 2017.

Mental health was right at the top of the political agenda last year. In the General Election in June, there were more mentions of mental health in the party manifestos than for any other condition in any other election since 1945.

Together, we have made a real impact.

•We secured a review of the Mental Health Act.

We called for a reform of the Act in our election manifesto and in 2018 we’ll be watching to see that it’s done properly.

•Nearly 3,000 of you told the Government what needed to change in the benefits system and in the workplace.

In response, the Government announced action to improve the way employers support people’s mental health.

•The Mental Health Units (Use of Force) Bill passed through its first stage in Parliament.

You asked your MP to turn up to debate the bill and MPs voted unanimously in favour. This is a huge step towards making mental health settings safer for people in crisis.

•We campaigned against changes the Government made to Personal Independence Payments (PIP), which limited the amount of support for people who struggle to make journeys because of psychological distress.

The High Court ruled that these changes were unlawful because they unjustifiably discriminate against people with mental health problems.

From Mind's President, Stephen Fry, this is for you:

Click the box on the left.

We know there is still a long way to go before mental health and physical health are treated equally. We won’t give up until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets both support and respect.

We hope you’ll be campaigning alongside us in 2018.


Thank you for your support,

Charlotte, Hazel and all the team


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