Disability

A disabled woman has been left without a toilet or shower for months by her healthcare provider
Disability

A disabled woman has been left without a toilet or shower for months by her healthcare provider

“If there was nobody else here, then it would just be impossible. I wonder how many people are in the same situation”

It’s time the government stepped up to help disabled people in the cost of living crisis
Disability rights

It’s time the government stepped up to help disabled people in the cost of living crisis

The cost of living crisis is hitting disabled people harder, but disability activist Rachel Charlton-Dailey didn’t need new research to tell her that.

Energy costs leave millions living in ‘Dickensian conditions’ over Christmas
Energy bills

Energy costs leave millions living in ‘Dickensian conditions’ over Christmas

Nearly one in five adults are spending Christmas and the new year period 2022 in a cold, damp home

David Aguilar: Forget pity, I needed to change perceptions of disability
from the author

David Aguilar: Forget pity, I needed to change perceptions of disability

Legacy benefits court case: Why claimants are still fighting for the £20 universal credit uplift
Legacy benefits

Legacy benefits court case: Why claimants are still fighting for the £20 universal credit uplift

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Ralph and Katie: ‘I said from day one we were going to change the world’
TV

Ralph and Katie: ‘I said from day one we were going to change the world’

Disability cost of living payment: How much is it, who gets it and when will it hit bank accounts?
Cost of living crisis

Disability cost of living payment: How much is it, who gets it and when will it hit bank accounts?

£150 cost of living disability payment is not enough, charities warn
Cost of living crisis

£150 cost of living disability payment is not enough, charities warn

‘Using less energy isn’t an option’: Disabled people set to be hit hardest when bills soar again
Energy bills

‘Using less energy isn’t an option’: Disabled people set to be hit hardest when bills soar again

‘There’s no support for us at all’: The realities of caring for a disabled child during a heatwave
Heatwave

‘There’s no support for us at all’: The realities of caring for a disabled child during a heatwave

The south London café helping people with learning difficulties into work
Hospitality

The south London café helping people with learning difficulties into work

‘A landmark moment’: Arthur Hughes on being the first disabled actor to play Richard III at the RSC
Theatre

‘A landmark moment’: Arthur Hughes on being the first disabled actor to play Richard III at the RSC

The government says it’s too expensive to give disabled people in fire risk blocks evacuation plans
Fire safety

The government says it’s too expensive to give disabled people in fire risk blocks evacuation plans

Then Barbara Met Alan – a revolutionary love story
TV

Then Barbara Met Alan – a revolutionary love story

Scrapping free tests and Covid sick pay labelled an ‘act of national self-sabotage’
Covid-19

Scrapping free tests and Covid sick pay labelled an ‘act of national self-sabotage’

MPs win fight to make disability benefits research public after DWP refusal
welfare system

MPs win fight to make disability benefits research public after DWP refusal

Disabled people are speaking out about Travelodge’s accessible room policy
Disability

Disabled people are speaking out about Travelodge’s accessible room policy

Legacy benefits freeze left disabled people living on ‘historically’ low payments, court hears
welfare system

Legacy benefits freeze left disabled people living on ‘historically’ low payments, court hears

DWP faces High Court battle over ‘morally bankrupt’ legacy benefits rule
welfare system

DWP faces High Court battle over ‘morally bankrupt’ legacy benefits rule

Disabled workers paid £3,458 less per year than non-disabled colleagues, research finds
Employment

Disabled workers paid £3,458 less per year than non-disabled colleagues, research finds

‘Do it for the children’: Families plead with Sunak to reverse universal credit cut
Social Justice

‘Do it for the children’: Families plead with Sunak to reverse universal credit cut

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Masks may be going, but hidden disabilities aren’t so easily cast aside
Health

Masks may be going, but hidden disabilities aren’t so easily cast aside

Millicent Simmonds: ‘People with disabilities don’t need to be saved’
TV

Millicent Simmonds: ‘People with disabilities don’t need to be saved’

‘We always seem to lose out’: How Covid-19 has hit jobs for disabled people
Employment

‘We always seem to lose out’: How Covid-19 has hit jobs for disabled people

This teenage boy is teaching sign language to 15,000 people in lockdown
Activism

This teenage boy is teaching sign language to 15,000 people in lockdown