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As the year comes to a close for us here at ABLE2UK we are privileged to announce three of the leading men in politics have sent a message exclusively for our readers.

 

Feel free to eat as much as you want over the Christmas period, the tin of Quality Streets, nuts, third portions of Turkey and Brussels Sprouts. If you put on too much weight you may be able to qualify as being ‘disabled’ – making it more difficult for your manager to hand you a P45.

Thursday, 18 December 2014 10:31

A 'Genius' bit of Snow Building

 

OK, let’s face it – we probably won’t be having a white Christmas this year, but you never know, thanks to global warming we may be snowed in within the next couple of months.

Wednesday, 17 December 2014 09:52

Text Santa 2014

 

If you are having telethon withdraw symptoms, don’t panic as help is on its way. With blisters a thing of the past after running Sport Relief miles, Cancer receiving another deserved thrashing thanks to Channel 4 and Pudsey still being as blind as a bat out of one eye the year is being rounded off by Ant & Dec and Philip Schofield this Friday as they ask you to Text Santa.

Tuesday, 16 December 2014 09:38

92-Year-old pesioner skates again

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Betty Goodchild was 12 years-old when she first put on a pair of skates and whizzed round the ice rink at Earls Court.

Monday, 15 December 2014 12:10

ABLE2UK Most popular articles of 2014

 

It’s time for our annual trip down twelve-month lane as we reveal the five most read articles on ABLE2UK over the past year.

 

The Bury St Edmunds’ Scope short-break team received a welcome visit from Santa Claus on Sunday; well it wasn’t the real St. Nick as he’s busy packing toys ready next Wednesday.

 

This article goes out to everyone avoiding four hours of prime time television this weekend on ITV. As the network previously crowned ‘Channel of the Year’ broadcasts its climax to Britain’s most famous talent show, Channel 4 will be summing up their response within a few seconds.

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Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has sided with disabled people over the recent case involving pushchairs making way for wheelchairs on public transport.

 

If a baby is born with a birth defect there’s a good chance the infant will be separated from its mother and never seen again. Disabled children who survived their tender years will be forgotten about in society and those in adulthood coping with disabilities will be humiliated until they eventually pass away.

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