Disabled People

Disabled people are still being let down according to the House of Lords

Trade concern at disability report

By Emily Sutherland

Concerned licensees have hit back against a House of Lords report which argued that pubs breaching the Equality Act by not providing facilities for disabled people should be refused a licence or be shut down.

Amendment is a victory for campaigners

Pub disability law passed in Scotland

By Ewan Turney

Anyone applying for a premises licence in Scotland will have to state what they've done to abide by disability discrimination laws, after an...

Drinking to

Drinking to

access A year since new regulations on disabled access came into force, and legal action against pubs failing to comply is still thin on the ground....

One year to comply

One year to comply

The Disability Act soon comes into effect. Adam Withrington reports.Despite a national campaign to open up business to the UK's 8.5 million disabled...