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Disabled comedian Rosie Jones stars in new travel series Trip Hazard: My Great British Adventure

Rosie Jones stars in new travel series called Trip Hazard: My Great British Adventure, where she explores places across the…

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Barack Obama in conversation with the stars of Crip Camp

Barack Obama speaks to the stars of Crip Camp to find out how the film has changed perceptions of disability…

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£30 million invested to install Changing Places toilets in existing buildings across England

The government has announced a new £30 million fund to install more Changing Places toilets in existing buildings, which will…

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European Space Agency launches search for an astronaut with a disability

The European Space Agency has launched a mission to recruit a new astronaut with a disability as part of its plans to…

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Disabled racing driver Billy Monger embarks on 140-mile challenge for Comic Relief

Billy Monger, a professional car racer and double leg amputee, is going to walk, cycle and kayak 140-miles in four…

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Nike launches hands-free shoes inspired by man with cerebral palsy

Nike has launched accessible hands-free shoes that are easy to put on and off, which was inspired by a man…

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Sound of Metal: A film criticised for its representation of hearing loss to a hearing audience

Sound of Metal is a film about a heavy metal drummer who loses his hearing but is criticised for the…

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Leonard Cheshire reveals funding gap for vital PPE to protect against Covid-19

Disability charity Leonard Cheshire reveals how it's facing a £240,000 monthly hit above the money it receives just to provide…

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Katie Price: Harvey & Me: A documentary that shares disabled son’s transition into adulthood

TV personality and former model, Katie Price and her disabled son Harvey come together in a new BBC documentary called…

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Cerrie Burnell uncovers the hidden story of disabled Britain in new documentary

Silenced: The Hidden Story of Disabled Britain, in which Cerrie Burnell uncovers the hidden story of how disabled people fought…

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