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Disabled people deserve much better, says Miller

THE Government’s Accessibility Action Plan must address changing places toilets, shared spaces, and other issues, says the chair of the Women and Equalities Committee.

Disability campaigners hand £1,500 bill to Government

DISABILITY campaigners and organisations have today presented the Government with an invoice for £1,500 – the amount each new claimant of Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) could lose out on per year if planned cuts go ahead as planned this April

Do you want to champion better access?

WANT to help make shops and services more accessible for disabled people? You've got until Monday to let the Government know you're interested!

Sir Bert Massie hits out at Government’s Personal Independence Payment scheme

ONE of the UK's leading disability campaigners – Sir Bert Massie – hits out at the Government's new Personal Independence Payment scheme.

New figures reveal 10,000 people with MS could face disability benefit cuts

UP TO one in ten of all people living with multiple sclerosis in the UK could lose the highest rate of support under Personal Independence Payment (PIP), despite qualifying for it under the old system, the MS Society has estimated.

Law firm Quinn Barrow backs All Together NOW!

LAW firm Quinn Barrow is backing All Together NOW! – the North West's unique charity newspaper that is helping and informing huge numbers of disabled and older people.

Euro exit could make life worse for disabled workers, says TUC

DISABLED workers risk losing many important rights if the UK leaves the EU, according to the TUC’s General Secretary Frances O’Grady.

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