Interviews



Interview: Access to elected office with Pam Duncan-Glancy

Currently, just five members of UK parliament have declared a disability, totalling 0.8 per cent of the commons, leaving 22 per cent of the UK population without a strong political voice. Emma Storr investigates what more needs to be done.









Guide Dogs charity providing Tech for All

Technology has never been more essential for education, professional and personal development. Working to eradicate barriers to technology children and young people with visual impairments face, Guide Dogs is set to release a pioneering pilot.


Interview: Down’s syndrome and The Abortion Act 1967

Ninety per cent of women who learn their unborn baby has Down’s syndrome choose to terminate the pregnancy. Termination for a pregnancy that detects Down’s syndrome is, by law, legal until the point of birth. In a landmark case, campaigners are calling on the law to change.


Interview: Disability in real life with Rhiannon Clements

Going behind the lens of disability representation, Hollyoaks actor Rhiannon Clements speaks to Lorne Gillies about taking part in the new spin off documentary, Hollyoaks: IRL helping to show society what disabled people can do, not what they can’t




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