Campaigner Dan White from Department of Ability has said that disabled children always end up at the “bottom of the greasy pole of priorities” and a Minister for Disabled Children is a “necessity” to change this.
An employment lawyer has said that airline Flybe didn't follow the "correct process" when firing a pilot who had developed a fear of long flights.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission said 365,000 disabled people have reported that their homes are not suitable for their needs.
Labour's Young Labour Equalities Conference has come under fire for not allowing white heterosexual able-bodied men to attend
Air India has denied claims made by passenger Kaushik Majumdar
Foo Yuen-wai suffered polio as a child which left him having to use a wheelchair
The protestors were campaigning for better benefits on the Jerusalem-Tel Aviv highway
The Harry Potter author incorrectly assumed the US President had ignored a disabled boy in a video in the White House
A man who has only been identified as Y was originally told he would be eligible for compensation under the Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme, however now he has lost that fight
Sian Vasey spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the recent incident involving Anne Wafula Strike MBE, who was forced to wet herself on a train after it had no working toilets
The Paralympics begins tonight with the opening ceremony, but Disability Rights UK has concerns over cuts