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Paralysed, pregnant Claire Lomas finishes Great North Run in five days

Wearing bionic suit, former event rider began half-marathon on Wednesday and finished Sunday to raise funds for charity A... read more

Parallel London: an inclusive running festival like no other

Thanks to this fantastic event, my disabled daughter, Daisy, had a proper taste of competitive running. The only problem?... read more

I'm a deaf actor. That shouldn't define me – or limit the roles I play

For too long, theatre has seen disability as another box to tick. The acting industry should make the casting... read more

Paralympians like me are inspirational – and there’s nothing wrong with that | Elizabeth Wright

Of course not every disabled person can compete at the Paralympics, but that doesn’t mean those who do should... read more

Rhiannon, 14, cares for her dad. Now cuts have made life even harder | Frances Ryan

Disabled Andy relies on his daughter to cook and shop, but his benefits have been slashed, and it’s pushing... read more

Gordon Hodgeon obituary

My friend Gordon Hodgeon, who has died aged 75, was a poet, teacher, teacher-trainer and arts activist and a... read more

I love theatre and I’m blind. Here’s how that works | Ria Andriani

Ria Andriani became blind at the age of five as the result of glaucoma. Thanks to tactile tours and... read more

Legalising assisted dying is dangerous for disabled people. Not compassionate | Liz Carr

When someone like Paralympian Marieke Vervoort talks about euthanasia, don’t support them out of a sense of misplaced pity.... read more

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