The rise of social protection into the limelight of social policy has opened up space for understanding how it can act as a key interface between states and citizens. 83 more words
Nicola Sturgeon’s attempts to undermine Brexit could sabotage the SNP’s chances of achieving Scottish independence, the party’s former deputy leader has warned.
Jim Sillars accused the First Minister of “short-term thinking” when it comes to the Scottish Government’s response to the UK’s vote to leave the European Union. 87 more words
Five years after launching the first Baby Changing Room Awards and sponsoring the National Childbirth Trust Baby Change App, Britain’s leading nappy cream brand Sudocrem is once again pioneering the way with a new category to recognise the importance of Changing Places toilets for disabled children. 141 more words
Disabled Tory peer says government rejection of pub access plan is an 'insult' | DisabledGo News and Blog
A disabled Tory peer has accused his own government of insulting disabled people by rejecting the chance to improve access to pubs, clubs and restaurants. 177 more words
Healthwatch Sheffield launches new report; 'Not equal: The experiences of Deaf people accessing health and social care in Sheffield'
Healthwatch Sheffield, in partnership with Citizens Advice Sheffield and Disability Sheffield has carried out an investigation into the experiences of Deaf people accessing health and social care services in the city. 73 more words
A nurse with a staff parking permit has been given £5,500 in fines while she helps save patients’ lives because there aren’t enough spaces.
Victoria Slayford, 38, works 12 and a half hour shifts as paedeatric nurse at Croydon University Hospital in south 63 more words
How we kept dementia on the agenda all year round 90 more words