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Gender pay gap debate misses a trick

Below is a copy of a letter from National Chairman of The British Polio Fellowship, David Mitchell. In this letter, David comments on the gender pay cap and how people with disabilities continue to face pay discrimination.

Gatwick Airport flies the flag for those with disabilities

Below is a copy of a letter from National Chairman of The British Polio Fellowship, David Mitchell. In this letter, David comments on the recent Disability Day organised by Gatwick airport and wonders if it could become a role model for other airports.

Wetherspoons Curries no favour in un-Graceful act

Below is a copy of a letter from National Chairman of The British Polio Fellowship, David Mitchell. In this letter, David comments on the challenge faced by those with invisible disabilities and calls for greater public awareness of the issues.

Step free access? Let me show you something to make you change your mind

On 9 April, Carl Weininger and his father were travelling in London and Carl has felt compelled to write a letter describing their experiences. This letter from the Northants Branch member is reproduced below.

65 Years of the Leicester Branch of The British Polio Fellowship

On Friday 20 April, the Leicester and District Branch of The British Polio Fellowship marks its 65th Anniversary. Since 1953, the Branch has served people throughout the East Midlands who had Polio and now live with Post Polio Syndrome (PPS).

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