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Polio showed the way in 1961 and the lessons have never been more relevant today

Below is a copy of a letter from National Chairman of The British Polio Fellowship, David Mitchell. In this letter, David remembers the famous 1961  immunisation drive in Hull that protected 385,000 people against Polio and the lesson it offers for those tempted to reject vaccination today.

Massive Polio vaccination drive in Pakistan to be applauded

Below is a copy of a letter from National Chairman of The British Polio Fellowship, David Mitchell. In this letter, David welcomes the nationwide Polio vaccination in Pakistan, with hopes the country will soon join the list of those declared Polio-free.

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.

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