I am told there are grounds for optimism but, with the employment gap between disabled and non-disabled workers widening, this Government's track record doesn't give me much hope
The battles that disabled people face in workplaces and retail spaces costs businesses billions
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'
In 2011, an undercover investigation revealed abuse at the care home for vulnerable adults, including staff making violent threats to patients, pulling patients' hair and poking their eyes
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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
Wheelchair users have been able to request the vehicles through the new uberWAV option on the app since 4pm on Tuesday
The new initative aims to help two million disabled people into work by 2020
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?'
To mark World Health Day, Barney Cullum and Barkha Henry of the Leonard Cheshire Disability charity explore how different corners of the world are faring on accessibility and disability rights
Osborne planned to take money away from Brits with arthritis, learning difficulties, mental disabilities or a catalogue of illnesses.
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