Concern as minister appoints Tory peer as equality watchdog’s disability lead

  By John Pring Disability News Service April 27th 2017   The government’s decision to appoint a second consecutive Tory peer to lead on the equality watchdog’s work on disabled people’s rights could put its status as a leading international … Continue reading →

No chance of halving employment gap without tackling independent living, says DPO

By John Pring  Disability News Service 2nd March 2017   The UK government will not be able to achieve its aim of halving the disability employment gap because of its failure to address the “crucial” issue of independent living, according … Continue reading →

Initial thoughts on the work, health and disability green paper

  Reblogged By Kitty Jones November 6th 2016 I’ve read the government’s Work, health and disability green paper:  improving lives and consultation from end to end. It took me a while, because I am ill and not always able to work … Continue reading →