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Eurostar storing bikes in disabled toilets

Bicycles are being stored in disabled toilets on some of Eurostar's international services to and from France, the BBC has learned.

Chewton Glen named number one in Hoteliers' Hotels Top 100

Iconic country house hotel Chewton Glen, which this year celebrates its 50th anniversary, has been named as the best in the country by the UK’s leading hoteliers reports the Caterer.

Could local charities hold the key to closing the disability employment gap?

A Cornish MP is calling on the Government to use the expertise of local charities to help people with disabilities find work reports the Plymouth Herald.

The Importance of Accessible Transport

Terry Reynolds, author of “Wheelchairs Scooters and Sticks” and long-time proponent of universally accessible transport, explains just why it is so important, and how things have changed over the years.

Help at Gatwick for hidden disabilities

Airport launches lanyard for passengers with hidden disabilities

AccessChamp aims to pitch to Richard Branson in drive to improve customer service for disabled guests

An inspirational business venture which could revolutionise the hospitality industry is appealing for votes in the Virgin Voom Business competition.

Close restaurants with no disabled access, says House of Lords

Restaurants and pubs which fail to provide facilities for disabled customers should be closed down, a House of Lords Select Committee has claimed.

10-Year-Old Designs Bathroom Sign for People With Invisible Conditions

Grace Warnock is only 10, but she’s perceptive. She easily picked up on judgmental looks from strangers when she would use public bathrooms for people with disabilities.

Government 'committed' to disability benefits cuts despite rebellion threat

Downing Street makes position clear after Nicky Morgan’s comments fuel speculation of U-turn on controversial budget proposal reports the Guardian

Who will disability 'cuts' impact?

Behind the frantic number-crunching and political fallout from Wednesday's Budget lies a large group of disabled people who will be affected by the latest benefit reform reports BBC News.

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