Once, we lived a life at the height of privilege - and then two major tragedies struck. Our lifeline could now be taken away at George Osborne's whim
The charities have called on the Government to reverse sharp cuts to the Employment and Support allowance payment
To the people who stare, slack jawed, at my husband on wheels, may the wind change and leave you like that
D'arcee Neal said the ordeal was 'humiliating'
Clearly the purple blob on my lanyard designating me as a “non party member” wasn’t doing me any favours
The DWP secretary says benefits should not be a route out of poverty
Dr Anna Stubblefield was found guilty of two counts of aggravated sexual assault on a 34-year-old man with cerebral palsy
My husband was involved in a motorbike accident when he was 26 and I've cared for him for the last 24 years
The documentary relied too much on presenter Sophie Murray’s own reactions to reach its apparently objective conclusion
The comments were branded 'shocking' by fellow MPs
Disabled people shouldn't be forced to shop on the internet. The high street should be available and accessible to everyone
To really educate society on the difficulties of being disabled I'm not convinced 'love' is the best topic
Thousands of patients still live in hospitals, a year on from Government promises to transform adult social care
A freeze on council tax and cap on welfare will add to their misery
The Government is “squandering” an opportunity to make public transport more accessible to disabled people after MPs’ recommendations on improvements were “effectively ignored”, campaigners have said.
Before there was sex in a box, there was The Audience (More4), another high-concept show for the nosy, in which an individual with a dilemma invites a jury of strangers into his/her life.