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BREAKING NEWS- Premier Inn breaches advertising standards for accessible rooms.

Special report by Simon Sansome A few weeks ago staying at Hammersmith Premier Inn I was unable to fully access their accessible room. I booked the room online and, being a wheelchair user I would expect a walk in shower in an accessible room. This was clearly not the case. Working on this issue with… Continue reading BREAKING NEWS- Premier Inn breaches advertising standards for accessible rooms.

Disability, hoilday, london, Politics, travel

Should hotels be allowed to call themselves accessible? When they’re not!

I find myself confused about how a business can label itself as ‘accessible’. Recently I have been having issues with Premier Inns across the UK. I book using their app, where it gives me the option to book an accessible room. However, on the last three occasions the rooms have not been accessible although they… Continue reading Should hotels be allowed to call themselves accessible? When they’re not!

Disability, Education, health, local authorities, mental health, NHS, Politics

Disability is the national crisis ‘We are being culled.’

By Simon Sansome People in the UK who have a disability are facing a  national crisis thanks to this Conservative government. They are causing a culling of the disabled community.    The government has admitted that nearly 8,000 people died within six months of being rejected for a crucial disability benefit. New figures reveal 7,990… Continue reading Disability is the national crisis ‘We are being culled.’

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Purple Tuesday, how the sentiment is good, but how they got it wrong.

By Simon Sansome You know when things are bad in the UK high street when the government wants the disabled community to save Christmas. Strictly is on the TV, the X Factor is going for Xmas number 1, everyone is arguing over the best new Christmas advert. The crazy season has arrived you cannot ignore… Continue reading Purple Tuesday, how the sentiment is good, but how they got it wrong.