By Hannah Buchanan - 29 December 05:08
"I am not your totem, Tim. Nor do I want to be used as a vehicle to facilitate the poisoning of the pro-choice standpoint."
By Helen Lewis - 17 December 12:18
Our culture values certainty and dogmatism. We should all be more open about the times when we were wrong – and what made us reconsider. Here, seven writers confess all.
By Ian Steadman - 25 November 05:19
Technologies like 3D scanning can be used to help wheelchair operators move more independently.
By Frances Ryan - 16 September 01:47
David Nuttall may have ridiculed the idea of job-sharing MPs, but a new system could restore faith in British politics.
By Nadeem Badshah - 11 September 03:13
Asian communities are being disproportionately affected by new rules on disability benefits and support.
By Frances Ryan - 24 April 02:53
It's not pleasant to have to ask for help. The cuts to the Independent Living Fund - delivered in a court room that wasn’t accessible to wheelchairs - are a stark reminder of the reality of life as a disabled person in Britain.
By Frances Ryan - 18 April 09:59
Thousands of people with disabilities or long-term illness are now being affected by simultaneous cuts. As the welfare state undergoes unprecedented changes, the same people are being hit over and over again, says Frances Ryan.
By Frances Ryan - 25 March 12:02
Several British medallists could lose much-needed financial support when Iain Duncan Smith's Personal Independence Payment replaces Disability Living Allowance on 8 April.
By Frances Ryan - 13 March 10:40
Despite the concessions made by Iain Duncan Smith yesterday, the bedroom tax will still hit thousands of disabled children and adults, and those fleeing domestic abuse, argues Frances Ryan as she speaks to some of the families affected.