English football has come a long way – unless you are a disabled supporter. For all the TV revenue, some Premier League clubs are still failing to improve accessibility at their grounds. Guest blogger Billy Proudlock calls for action. Continue Reading Premier League football clubs show little support for disabled fansRead More
Commenting on today’s Supreme Court decision, disability and inclusive design consultant, Tracey Proudlock, herself a wheelchair user, said: “It’s hugely comforting that common sense has finally prevailed, though the case should never have got this far in the first place.… Continue Reading Supreme Court decision on Doug Paulley v FirstGroup PlcRead More
One ‘Old Lady’ is back on trend as far as access for disabled people is concerned: wheelchair users can (finally) get into the Bank of England through the front door. This is thanks to an ingenious new lift, which combines… Continue Reading Never say never to access for disabled people at the front doorRead More
We need a crystal ball rather than Christmas baubles to guess what impact the elections and events of 2016 will have on global economics and the world order. We’ve learnt anything can happen and, for many, that’s unsettling and alarming.… Continue Reading Inclusive design cheer after a strange yearRead More
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