A user-led organisation has warned MPs and peers that the government’s planned mental health reforms do not go far enough and have failed to engage with disabled activists who have been pushing for a more rights-based approach. Mary Sadid, policy manager for National Survivor User Network (NSUN), a network of groups and people with experience of mental distress, said there were concerns that the experiences of those detained under the Mental Health Act would not improve for many years, even if the reforms became law.