'Too many eligible borrowers were falling through the cracks, unaware they were eligible for relief'
To mark World Health Day, Barney Cullum and Barkha Henry of the Leonard Cheshire Disability charity explores 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"
"I see myself as an ordinary person with an important, meaningful, and beautiful life. How do you see me?"
The Tory manifesto claimed the government would 'halve the disability gap'. How can it expect to achieve that now?
Mercado is a prominent fashion model, blogger and now the face of Beyonce's merchandise
Jane Windle is in constant pain, always short of breath and can barely walk due to tumours in her lungs and pelvis
If you need to ask me whether it's OK to tell a joke about my stature, you already know the answer
Gordon Aikman says refusal is the equivalent of airline telling passenger 'oh sorry sir, your legs are too big'
The department does not appear to have its own house in order in creating a fair working environment
Department urged to 'sort out its own housekeeping' after survey shows 23% increase in reported discrimination
The Oscars diversity row has – once again – ignored this group
The Health and Safety Executive almost immediately overturned the school's decision
The blind athlete says being forced to wear a blindfold while she competes has left her feeling like 'a prisoner'
Lord Holmes says more must be done to stop the UK's growing number of disabled and older people being left behind