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Neal Pike: disabled poet, performer and theatre-maker

Neal Pike is a poet and theatre performer with dyspraxia from Nottingham. He has created and stars in his one-man show Five Years, in which he shares his memories of attending a special educational needs school.

Zack Gottsagen: an actor with Down’s syndrome tipped for Oscar glory

Zack Gottsagen, an American actor with Down’s syndrome, tipped for Oscar glory for his lead role in The Peanut Butter Falcon.

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Para-athlete Souleyman Bah is first disabled candidate to appear on The Apprentice

Souleyman Bah, who is visually impaired, is the first disabled candidate to take part in The Apprentice. Find out more about Souleyman Bah, his visual impairment, his time as a para-athlete and on The Undateables.

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Fusion Festival rated as a “shambles” over its lack of disabled access

Fusion Festival has been rated as a shambles by disability blogger Emma Muldoon, who has muscular dystrophy, for its lack of disabled access and poor customer service.

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Last Night of the Proms: what a sensational evening…

Regular traveller Kate Bennell (who recently told us about her trip to the Greek islands) talks about her experience of attending the Last Night of the Proms at the Royal