There can be any number of reasons why people use disabled parking spaces, because there are any number of disabilities – laziness is not one of them
University wants to reflect 'remarkable contributions' made by individuals to modern Oxford’s culture of 'inclusion, equality, and tolerance'
'Local authorities knew full well what they were doing when they hired Baker Small. There is no consideration of the child,' a legal expert has said
The lifelong impact that stillbirth, early death and resulting disability has on families cannot be underestimated. Each avoidable case costs the NHS around £7m in compensation, accounting for almost half the NHS litigation budget
The Department for Work and Pensions has always denied it is possible to in any way connect benefit claimants' deaths with cuts or sanctions
The disability employment gap has increased despite a drive to halve it by 2020
Suffolk County Council told Ms Duffety her children have no choice but to be separated
Tammy Clare and her son Ethan, who suffers from cerebral palsy, were left on the pavement on their way to hospital
The 21-year-old student had to pay more than £500 to get her dog back
'What kind of s*** do you think he took before he got to work today?'
The scheme will run every Saturday morning
The family of the disabled man have supported the charity's decision, saying the image ‘painted a very misleading picture of what was happening’
Emily understands the internet and said, "Tell the people"
If these dwarf ‘entertainers’ were not forced or coerced into participating, then what’s the problem? The problem is that their job affects my ability to make my own narrative for my life
The white chief executive makes £105,000 a year
Minister made comments the day before replacing Iain Duncan Smith - and later admitted they were 'inaccurate'