A survey of thousands of neurology patients, including hundreds of people with Parkinson’s, has revealed that services to diagnose, treat, and provide on-going care are failing people across England.
On Wednesday 8 March the Chancellor, Philip Hammond MP, delivered his first budget, making announcements about the NHS, social care, and welfare plans.
A snap election to the Northern Ireland Assembly will take place on 2 March 2017. In the lead up to the election we’ve got the chance to get the voices of people with Parkinson’s heard.
MPs and Peers have been talking about key issues for people with Parkinson's thanks to members of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Parkinson's.
On 25 October the Northern Ireland Health Minister published a report and plan to improve health and social care services in Northern Ireland.
Highlights of our work campaigning across the UK's parliaments, where we shared experiences of people affected by Parkinson's and inspired action to be taken.
New figures from the Department for Work and Pensions show that 1 in 4 people with Parkinson's are losing out on benefits after PIP assessments.
On Wednesday 23 November the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, delivered his plans for government spending, announcing more investment in research funding.