In the headlines

The stories making the news today…

 

Paralympics 2012: meet the British Paraorchestra (Telegraph)
The Telegraph finds out more about one of the highlights of the Paralympic closing ceremony.

Don’t forget the word ‘disability’, but don’t pity it either (The Independent)
Frances Ryan looks at the word that’s been on everybody’s lips the last two weeks…

Disabled people need a louder voice in parliament to represent them (Guardian)
… and also delves into the representation of disabled people in government for the Guardian.

London Underground disability ramps to stay after Games (BBC News)
Good news for London commuters!

Disability group gives councillor loo challenge (This is South Wales)
An interesting move from Swansea Access for Everyone.

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