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Confident commuter Peter ready for his trip to the airport.

Students devise their own ways to travel in safety

STUDENTS with learning difficulties at Liverpool Community College have created special safety wallets to keep them free from danger when out and about. Sixteen students...

OUT NOW! Your free All Together NOW! paper

THE presses have rolled with the spring edition of your free and favourite All Together NOW! paper.

Cuts to disability benefits ‘risk widespread poverty’ say TUC

CUTS to Disability Living Allowance will leave disabled people, their carers and their children in poverty, says TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber.

Free Internet classes for blind people

BLIND and partially-sighted computer users around England are getting a free taste of what the Internet can offer, thanks to a series...

Graduates offered Civil Service placements

UNIVERSITY graduates - and undergraduates - with disabilities are being given the chance to work at the heart of government. The Civil Service is now...
Trailblazer Kim Randle and Alison Seabeck (MP for Plymouth) at the Parliament presentation of Inclusion Now

Trailblazers state their case to Parliament

YOUNG disability rights campaigners presented No. 10 Downing Street with a petition demanding improved transport, education and leisure services for disabled people across the UK. The campaigners were from the Trailblazers, the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign’s pressure group of 16 to 30 year olds.

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