Graphic illustration of London buildings set against a blue sky with red London busses and people all around including a cyclist, people walking, a wheelchair user and someone on a trike

Improving air quality in London: have your say to make a difference

Graphic illustration of London buildings set against a blue sky with red London busses and people all around including a cyclist, people walking, a wheelchair user and someone on a trike

Transport for London (TfL) is working to improve air quality in London, minimise the impact of climate change and reduce congestion on the roads. To do so, it is proposing expanding the Ultra Low Emissions Zone to cover more of Greater London. But it wants to hear your views first. How will this affect you, …

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Naidex 2022: introducing the new Village Green and Disability Horizons Marketplace

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This July, on the 6th and 7th, Naidex is back and, once again, Disability Horizons will be there. But, this year, it’s going to be a little different – it’s all about lifestyle. As well as the usual range of exhibitors with life-changing products and talks from experts about everything from work to sport, Naidex …

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Eva Abley on Britain's Got Talent stage with arms stretched out to each side

Disability in the spotlight on Britain’s Got Talent 2022

Eva Abley on Britain's Got Talent stage with arms stretched out to each side

Britain’s Got Talent 2022 is in full swing and the 15th series has featured even more amazing auditions from performers with disabilities. Dance troop Born To Perform secured the golden buzzer with their incredible, upbeat, positive dance routine and 14-year-old Eva Abley brought laughter and humour to the crowd with her cerebral palsy inspired comedy act.

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Dyslexic ruler reading aid

Stroke survivor and PhD student invents an award-winning dyslexic ruler reading aid for neurodivergent people

Dyslexic ruler reading aid

Stroke survivor and PhD student Bradley Cory has won the Best Eco-Friendly Inventor Entrepreneur Award at the SJL National Start-Up Business Awards for his design of an eco-friendly reading tool – a dyslexic ruler reading aid – for people with learning difficulties, such as dyslexia and ADHD. 

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