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Rose Ayling-Ellis, the first deaf person to win Strictly Come Dancing, has been campaigning for this.
We're not 'heroes' or 'tragic figures', we're individuals with stories to tell.
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"Sat trying to hold back tears...the possibility of taking my son to a match is incredible!"
The charity's helpline received calls from parents of children with Tourette’s, who were upset by the joke.
In a survey, just 1% said their GP surgery provides a hoist, yet 23% said they need one to get onto the examination bed.
There were 275 attendees with accessibility requirements at the event, but only space for 100 people on the viewing platform at the main stage.
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“Anyone, regardless of ability, should be able to use any beauty product they want to."