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Disabled ex-prisoner handcuffed in hospital receives £5,000 payout

Ministry of Justice agrees settlement with Daniel Roque Hall who has a degenerative disease and was released from jail... read more

The race to save a dying language | Ross Perlin

The discovery of Hawaii Sign Language in 2013 amazed linguists. But as the number of users dwindles, can it... read more

‘Biased’ fit for work tests penalise poorer people | Frances Ryan

New study finds that disabled people living in deprived areas are more likely to lose their benefits under the... read more

Expecting to fly: disabled people learn, laugh and love – in pictures

Photographer Polly Braden spent two years with people with learning disabilities, and captured their breakthroughs – from quiet moments... read more

'My job is to make children hopeful': inside Liberia's deaf school

Disabled Liberians are among the most marginalised in society. But one school is trying to ensure students lead full... read more

​Not just for Hackney hipsters: the Kenyan sourdough bakery ​tackling blindness

E5 Bakehouse in east London has teamed up with an African foundation to provide eye care, jobs and loaves... read more

Briton Jamie Andrew says he is first quadruple amputee to climb Matterhorn

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