The hurdles facing disabled people in the UK are only multiplying

Some sadness to start the day

On seeing a company you admire exclude disabled people.

Being disabled is hard. In the UK, a criminal low level of social care is killing us by the tens of thousands while we also make up 60% of COVID-19 deaths. Consider also that 1 in 10 suicides in England are linked to chronic illness, and it all looks a bit bleak, doesn’t it? Unable to attain support from a government…

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Designer, writer, and historian. Founder of Geoffrey Bunting Graphic Design (geoffreybunting.co.uk).

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Geoffrey Bunting

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Designer, writer, and historian. Founder of Geoffrey Bunting Graphic Design (geoffreybunting.co.uk).

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