A former Royal Marine and NHS Prosthetist and Orthotist who lost his arm in a cycling accident is now racing
A Lambeth resident is taking the council to court over Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) for discriminating against people with disabilities.
“It feels like your house is built on shifting sand. It feels like you’re an inconvenience, like everyone is saying:
A disabled campaigner has entered the fourth week of a hunger strike to protest the failure of Lambeth Council to
A talented Twickenham artist paints with a specially adapted helmet to splash paint on the canvas to produce abstract artwork.
Three young people, including two from south west London, who are all suffering from serious illnesses are embarking on a
Children’s theatre company Oily Cart are offering a Doorstep Jamboree to young people in London with complex needs who are
Council dithering, high court battles, and homelessness: A young man’s fight to receive an education
A special needs tribunal has ruled in favour of a young man battling Richmond Council, allowing him to return to
Battersea Arts Centre (BAC) continued its commitment to inclusivity by becoming the world’s first relaxed venue, during a celebration last
Nine disability school projects got the chance to play at the Oval for Surrey CCC’s Disability Cricket Championship last week.
Labour’s new shadow minister for disabilities has hit the ground running by today securing an opposition debate on the universal