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Fraudsters bought £6m of supercars using VAT loophole – Daily Mail Online

The nine dementia risk factors that could be tackled – Daily Mail Online

BBC’s Nikki Fox ran up £10k debt trying to get TV work – Daily Mail Online

Man with genetic disorder lifts 152 lb tire nine times – Daily Mail Online

Zion Harvey: Double hand transplant boy plays baseball – BBC News

Life expectancy rises ‘grinding to halt’ in England – BBC News

NHS ranked ‘number one’ health system – BBC News

Butterfly device MobiusHD can cut the risk of stroke – Daily Mail Online

DPAC set for week of protests over social care, Atos and access to transport – DisabledGo News and Blog

Inclusion London set to test social model job support, after £775k grant – DisabledGo News and Blog

Bob and Jon representing Abacus Healthcare raise over £800 for Young Epilepsy by completing British 10k – DisabledGo News and Blog

Cellist makes emotional return to stage to raise money for Epilepsy Society – Epilepsy Society

Wheelchair-bound man experiences virtual reality flight – Daily Mail Online

Sign language turned to text with new electric glove – Daily Mail Online

Disability and sport: how a little exercise can have a big impact – Disability Horizons


Fraudsters cheated taxpayers out of nearly £1million by exploiting a VAT loophole […]

One in three dementia cases could be prevented by lifestyle changes to […]

Nikki Fox, the BBC’s disability correspondent, has learned the hard way never […]

A 21-year-old man with a rare genetic disorder was filmed lifting a […]

Rising rates of life expectancy are grinding to a halt in England […]

The NHS has been ranked the number one health system in a […]

A tiny titanium ‘butterfly’ implanted in the neck could give hope to […]

An electric glove which can convert sign language into text messages has […]

If you’re disabled, exercise can make a big difference to your life, […]

Mental health services are so overwhelmed by soaring demand that patients are […]

Unpaid carers save the UK economy almost £60bn a year, suggests a […]

With the sunny weather and summer well and truly on its way, […]

Prosthetics of the future will not be limited to helping people with […]

The two newest disabled MPs in the House of Commons have backed […]

A teenage racing driver who had to have both legs amputated after […]

He’s registered blind, but 35-year-old Mark Baxter, from Crayford, England, didn’t let […]

The elderly and disabled in England are being told to expect cuts […]

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Not so long ago, I received the dreaded brown DWP envelope. Fully […]

You are invited to come along to DisabledGo’s Work Experience day in […]

Source: A new research centre that plans to create a centre […]

Source: The government has confirmed in the Queen’s speech that it […]

Scientists have developed a blood test that could pick out which men […]

Many of us disabled people have a list of medical requirements and […]

Advanced 3D printed bionic hands for child amputees could be available in […]

Preparing to attend a Personal Independence Payment (PIP) assessment can be a […]

A pioneering and life-extending drug repeatedly deemed too expensive will now be […]

Theraposture, the leading specialist for tailor-made adjustable beds and care cots for […]

Thirteen directors, managers and carers have been convicted over a regime at […]

London is a bustling city filled with culture, history and entertainment for […]

Inspirational disabled racing driver Nicolas Hamilton, brother of F1star Lewis, has test-driven […]


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A visually impaired man has found himself the victim of discrimination when […]

The Green party has called for investment in national infrastructure to be […]

Carrie-Ann Lightley from Tourism for All knows a thing or two about […]

DR UK response to Good Practice Framework: supporting disabled students consultation The […]

Labour has promised that it will take a “rights-based approach” to protecting […]

There are at least 2,000 food banks operating in the UK, giving […]

Blogger Tracey Ebbs recently discovered that navigating through an airport with Multiple […]

Lynley Adams, who recently wrote for us about becoming disabled later in […]

Disabled people are being subjected to dangerous violations of health and safety […]

Agustin Zanoli had always been an adrenaline junkie, racing across rough terrain […]

Hospitals in England have “endured one of the worst winters on record” […]

Disabled writer and actor Thom Jackson-Wood, who has ME, talks to Disability […]

Apple boss Tim Cook has been testing a device that attaches to […]

I am a 55-year-old male, who was diagnosed at 14 with Friedreich’s […]

Deaths from dementia and cancer will soar between now and 2040, putting […]

IN BRIEF ● Using a drug already approved for clinical trials, researchers […]

A critically-praised disabled writer and performer says her election as a national […]

The “rash” decision to scrap the role of disability commissioner at the […]