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Disabled people are once again confronting the spectre of social isolation

Superficially the UK leads the world on disability rights, but colossal cuts are undermining the progress made over the last few decades reports the Guardian

Robin Sheppard recognised as “hotel sector champion” by the government

Bespoke Hotels chairman Robin Sheppard has been recognised by the government’s Office for Disability Issues as a “hotel sector champion” reports The Caterer.

How a chef with cerebral palsy has founded a bakery

Jacob Anthony from South Wales is a professional chef. He also has ataxic cerebral palsy - a condition that affects his hand-eye co-ordination, reports BBC News.

'Slow' progress on High Street access for disabled people

New research shows that access to the High Street for disabled people remains "slow", according to a new survey by DisabledGo reports BBC News.

The model agency which wants to put disability in the spotlight

A brand new agency has been set up to put disability centre stage reports the Yorkshire Post.

The cafe where the food is made by a blind cook and his autistic helper

David Black is a professional cook - he's also blind. His solution to health and safety issues is a kitchen assistant reports BBC News.

Everton recognised as Disability Confident Employer

Everton has become the first football club in the country to be granted the status of ‘Disability Confident Employer' reports ToffeeWeb.

Why we need a disability inclusion revolution

Writes Shamsin Ahmed in Bangladesh's Daily Star

Airport disability help shocking, campaigners say

Disabled passengers are being "humiliated" and "disrespected" by people who are supposed to be helping them at airports, campaigners have said reports BBC News.

UK progress on disability rights ‘patchy and torturous’, UN told

Progress towards equality for disabled people in the UK “continues to be patchy and torturous”, campaigners have warned.