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Entertainment & Culture

Natalie Balmain: Candidate with health conditions become alternative Prime Minister

We speak to the winner of Make Me Prime Minister, Natalie Balmain, who lives with Type 1 diabetes and depression.

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Wellbeing & Fitness

4 things to remember when pacing yourself if you have a chronic illness, fatigue or pain

Caz, who has ME/CFS and fibromyalgia, shares 4 things to remember when pacing yourself to help manage chronic illness, fatigue…

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Wellbeing & Fitness

Shielding stories: the impact on disabled people’s mental health

Our writer Raya, a shielder since March, shares the stories of disabled people who have continued to isolate and how…

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Work & Education

How starting a blog changed my life with ME for the better

Blogger Pippa tells us how she came to start a blog and Instagram channel sharing her experiences with ME/CFS, and…

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Wellbeing & Fitness

Coronavirus shopping safely: how to get your food if you’re disabled

If you're disabled or in a 'high risk' or 'vulnerable' group, find out how you can food shop while self-isolating…

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Lifestyle

Leonard Cheshire ‘Disabled Looks Like Me’ campaign raises awareness of invisible disabilities

'Disabled looks like me' t-shirts, from disability charity Leonard Cheshire with disabled illustrator Mimi Butlin, are aimed at raising awareness…

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Entertainment & Culture

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…

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News

The Independent Gatwick Accessibility Panel: help shape accessibility for disabled passengers

Gatwick Airport has launched a new independent panel to help shape the airport’s accessibility strategy and improve services for disabled…

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News

British Airways launches a dedicated customer service team for disabled passengers

British Airways Accessibility Team is a dedicated customer service for passengers with hidden and visible disabilities. Find out more about…

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News

Blue Badges will become eligible for people with hidden disabilities

On 30 August 2019, Blue Badges will become eligible for people with hidden disabilities, such as autism, dementia, depression and…

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