Ahead of the implementation of the government's employment strategy for disabled people, Andy Rickell says that control over aspects of our lives should come from those who know best.
To mark World Book Day, aspiring author Penny Gotch takes a look at books which claim to feature central characters who are autistic. What she finds is disappointing and somewhat inaccurate.
Disabled heroes and public transport accessibility
A series of unfortunate events involving the Department for Work and Pensions is, argues Peter White, nothing more or less than chickens coming home to roost.
As three disabled people top a poll of the country's heroic figures, Ian Macrae asks whether this really says anything about the place of disabled people in society
Based on a true story which touches on legal and social issues during the 1970s.
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