The UK’s high streets are frequently off-limits to young disabled people because of staff attitudes, broken equipment, blocked shopping aisles, out-of-date information and inaccessible entrances, according to a new report.
The UK’s largest coach operator has admitted that many wheelchair-users are still not able to travel on its vehicles
People applying for the government’s new disability benefit are facing delays of more than six months, according to a disabled Labour MP.
The government should meet one of its obligations under the UN disability convention by introducing a legal right to independent living, according to a committee of MPs and peers.
Most booking system disabled people deal with are inaccessible
Music venues and festivals could soon be offering captions beside the stage
The Department for Transport (DfT) has circulated new guidance on kerbs.
ITV and the Media Trust have launched this year’s ‘Breaking into News’ initiative.
Separate helplines for Disability Living Allowance and Attendance Allowance customers and more
Government Equalities Office is undertaking a review of civil partnerships