A disabled sales assistant has been paid £25,000 in compensation after he threatened to take the Home Bargains to court.
A builder pocketed thousands from a disability grant then accused the homeowner of “playing the disability card” when he left the job half done.
The University of Glasgow has been ordered to pay more than £3,000 to a student who claims her learning needs were ignored.
A disabled woman is suffering from severe back pain after being forced to sleep in a Travelodge dining room area after the accessible room she booked was not available.
A disabled man trapped in his bedroom whilst his wife and carer went away for dirty weekends has gone public about his ordeal.
A train passenger was left furious after someone would not give up their seat to their fiancé with an invisible disability.
A leading charity has warned people with vision loss are being put “at risk” when they are provided with “inaccessible” information by the NHS about their health.
A wife and a live-in carer have been found guilty of enslaving her disabled husband whilst she was having an affair.
Thousands of disabled people could be left without a vote today, May 4, in the local elections under the government’s new ID law.
The French president has invited disabled rights campaigners to a conference tomorrow, Wednesday 26 March, at Elysee Palace in Paris. But the building is half a mile from the closest wheelchair-accessible Metrolink.
A disabled hunter has slammed the police for their lack of interaction in the controversial pastime saying someone could possibly be killed if the force fails to prosecute saboteurs.