The “extraordinary” failure of three court of appeal judges to protect the rights of wheelchair-users to travel on buses has left disabled campaigners “frustrated” and “appalled”.
A disabled politician is hoping to become the first transgender person to be elected to parliament, when she contests next May’s general election.
The minister for disabled people knew that closing the Independent Living Fund (ILF) would mean many disabled people would lose their ability to live independently in the community, a judge has concluded.
The minister for disabled people has been accused of hypocrisy after he called for shops and restaurants across the country to improve their access, even though his own high street constituency office is inaccessible to wheelchair-users.
GUBOA (Give Us Back Our Access campaigning group) wish to raise awareness of the new Traffic Order that will allow Blue Badge Holders greater access onto, and more time on Bangor High Street.
*** EMBARGOED UNTIL 00.01 03 December 2014*** PRESS RELEASE Launch of process to develop a Disabled Peoples’ Manifesto for Wales Today, the International Day of Disabled People, Disability Wales will launch the first phase of the development of a Disabled Peoples’ Manifesto for Wales. A manifesto to influence political parties policy proposals in the run […]