The absorption of the DDA into the Equalities Act in 2007 represented dilution of legislation which, despite its weaknesses still managed to achieve change says Peter White
A multi-alarm wristwatch designed with deaf people particularly, though not exclusively in mind also manages to look good says Ian Macrae
In general Paul Carter is comfortable with his limitations but when it comes to trousers he finds the exercise in arse-covering one stride too far
Richard Butchins says this recent season of shows about different aspects of disability was a mishmash of freak show porn and missed opportunities.
Why, asks Ian Macrae is Lord Falconer so persistent in his attempts to change the law on assisted suicide?
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