Adopting impairment-specific identities is bad for all disabled people, says Andy Rickell.
To mark the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War, UK Disability History Month explores the links between war and impairment. UKDHM coordinator Richard Rieser looks at the background.
Motorists no longer have to show tax discs in their windows. Helen Dolphin explains why this has led to blue badge holders losing parking concessions.
Following the announcement of yet another means of rectifying paralysing spinal injury, Peter White says that such developments are usually a mirage and do nothing towards the real empowerment of disabled people.
As it emerges that the government may be planning to radically reduce employment and support allowance payments, Ian Macrae says that there are many reasons why this is bad for disabled people.
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