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The people of Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Staffordshire are being invited to take a trip down memory lane at a photography exhibition tracing the fascinating history of a care home in the region.

Neil Heslop responses to today's Work and Pensions select committee report. 

Our chief executive responds to the announcement by the government to devolve powers to London and Greater Manchester to deliver employment support, said:

Peter Jenkins comments on the decision reached by the Supreme Court today regarding the responsibility of bus companies to ensure wheelchair users are given priority to use the wheelchair space on buses.

Leonard Cheshire Disability, the leading international charity, teamed up with the Dragon School to launch its founder's 100th birthday year.

Neil Heslop responds to the Culture, Media and Sport Committee report which highlights how disabled supporters continue to be sidelined by many Premier League clubs.

Rats, tarantulas, snakes and lizards paid a visit to a Crook care home last week.

Thousands of disabled and older people are still receiving undignified homecare in 15-minute slots despite official guidance against these ‘flying’ care visits.

Neil Heslop responds to a letter from the chairs of three select committees urging a cross-party agreement on the future of health and social care funding.

Scouts brought festive cheer to residents and staff at a Nottingham care home with a Christmas carol service.

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