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Tanni Grey-Thompson: Shift in disability views needed

More still needs to be done to shift perceptions towards people with disabilities, says Wales' most successful Paralympian reports BBC News.

Teenager Josh Reeves is so fed up with attitudes to disability, he's launched his own one-man campaign

Josh Reeves, 18 , is sick of people ignoring him and talking to whoever is with him - so he's doing something about it reports Wales Online

Carluccio’s receives Gluten-Free Accreditation

Italian restaurant group Carluccio’s has received gluten-free (GF) accreditation for its gluten-free menu from Coeliac UK.

Room to Reward charity urges hotels to donate vacant rooms

Room to Reward - a new charity, which launched today - is urging hotels to donate unoccupied rooms to deserving individuals working with registered charities reports The Caterer.

Independent restaurant Don Giovanni's unveils Braille and audio menus

Independent Manchester restaurant Don Giovanni’s has launched its menus in Braille and audio format to accommodate customers with special needs.

The 'dragons' who want to help disabled people start their own business

Meet the city financiers who want to help disabled people start their own businesses reports BBC News.

Wetherspoon apologises for second case involving travelling community

JD Wetherspoon has admitted liability in respect of one of its pubs, where three members of the travelling community were refused entry on the grounds that they were travellers.

'Failure' on disability hate crime changes

Victims of disability hate crime are still being let down by the justice system, a report has concluded, reports BBC News.

'It's a great honour': Selby appoints UK's first mayor with learning disabilities

Gavin Harding has been appointed as mayor for Selby, North Yorkshire, making him the UK’s first mayor with learning disabilities.

How to use your disability as a strength when applying for jobs

Career advisers told me to hide my disability on applications, but being open and turning it into a strength helped me get a graduate job

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