In the headlines

The stories making the news today

Marks & Spencer jobs drive targets disabled (BBC News)
Really positive news from the retail giants.

Woman with epilepsy ordered off bus in row over disability card (This is Bristol)
Another case of lack of understanding from the public.

Labour calls for review of sickness benefits assessment (Guardian)
Admission from Shadow Work Secretary Liam Byrne that work capability assessments aren’t work.

Member states urged to help ‘raise awareness’ of disability rights (The Parliament)
Paralympian Simon Jackson urges EU policymakers to get involved with the disability rights movement.

 

 

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