The most damning passages paint a bleak picture of the lives of people with disabilities in the UK
'I knew I would pay dearly for going, but we have to stand up and say no more – or we will die,' one demonstrator tells The Independent
Monckton wants her daughter, who has Down’s Syndrome, to be able to work for less than the minimum wage. It is a thorny issue, but there are good reasons why this shouldn’t be allowed
Baroness Cathy Bakewell says Conservatives are treating disabled people ‘with total contempt’
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School bus driver says he could not shake the image from his head, 'It just didn’t seem right for somebody to have to struggle like that'
The collection mirrors her own daily style
Penny Mordaunt called for ‘people power’ to be harnessed to tackle inaccessibility in Britain. You are supposed to complain and kick up a fuss when you witness it, because that saves the Government the effort of doing the job itself
Adriano Guedes denied he was offered suitable accommodation for two years while in hospital paralysed after a stroke. That’s not unusual. Disabled people’s housing needs are routinely overlooked, leaving them with nowhere to go
The structural alterations will be completed in August 2017 and affect 2,600 season ticket holders, with the relocation of those affected phased over three years
The German Green Party has proposed that disabled people should be able to claim back benefits spent on sexual services on medical grounds
A wheelchair-using friend of mine was berated when he turned up at an Ilford station for not giving 24 hours’ notice (the point being that he didn’t know he was travelling 24 hours earlier). Another friend had to remove her glass eye to prove that, yes, she was entitled to a disabled travel card when another member of staff got antsy
'I scrubbed myself clean in the shower then flung myself on my bed and sobbed for hours'
The issues that have emerged at the two companies ultimately hail from a similar place – the overvaluing of executives at the expense of staff, without whose efforts those executives’ bonuses wouldn’t be paid
Most appeals found the original decision was wrong