Having got to grips with the ins and outs of the new Children and Families Act, Peter White has reached the conclusion that language can mask both the best and worst of intentions.
Against a backdrop of government rhetoric demonising people on benefits, disabled benefits claimants have revealed the prejudice and discrimination they face in their daily lives in an online poll.
This year Mik Scarlet chose to spend his summer holidays wheeling in the footsteps of Londoners of the past by going down to Margate to see what the Kent town offers disabled visitors.
On the streets of Portsmouth with a blue badge scheme enforcement team, Helen Dolphin witnesses the sorts of try-ons used by badge abusers.
Following the announcement of a BBC initiative to increase the number of disabled people on screen, Ian Macrae argues that in not targeting production, Tony Hall has missed a trick.
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