Jade thought her disability would mean she’d never have the opportunity to tie the knot, but she was completely wrong.
Thousands of disabled Scots have had to endure gruelling private sector benefit reviews over the past two years because of the government.
Anybody thinking of dating Joshua Reeves will need to take a few points into consideration.
A Cheltenham student has proved his disability doesn’t hold him back after passing a job interview with a FTSE 100 firm.
Why should wheelchairs just be used for boring journeys such as trailing down pavements or trying to avoid shoppers on the high street?
Steven Frayne – better known as Dynamo – has told fans his recent change in physical appearance is down to Crohns disease – a condition the magician has lived with since childhood.
Jonathan Wheels – although we aren’t sure if that’s his real name – has an addiction. It’s not related to drink, smoking or drugs…It’s something, shall we say, a bit more ‘personal’.
Tuhin Dey is desperate to follow in the footsteps of his hero. It’s no easy feat when the 17-year-old’s idol is Professor Stephen Hawking, but the teenager from West Bengal is already on the way to becoming a young cosmologist.
Quick warning to any gamers playing Street Fighter online…If you about to go head-to-head with an opponent called BrolyLegs don’t raise your expectations.
Pedestrians strolling down Kings Road in Chelmsford over the next week or so will be literally ‘dazzled’ by the festive lights outside Paul Bibby’s house.
Having a disability should never stop you chasing your dream, to become successful and grasp opportunities. No one knows this better than Tom Pellereau, winner of The Apprentice in 2011.
You’ve received the text, opened the envelope or gone online to find out you’re A Level results. What now?
Paul Davies, 32, has already accomplished something pretty impressive. Back in June he became the first-ever physically-disabled Mr. Gay winner, now the Welshman has set his sights on a much bigger prize.