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Disability Bitch and the big effort march

DB in a tank
by Disability Bitch

When disabled people get out and march in their thousands, it's ahuge and seldom seen occurrence. Plus what has Hawking been saying now? Read DB's 'hard hitting' analysis.

London Stock Exchange

Mining the disability market

by Rich Donovan

How can businesses help disabled consumers and also make a good return on their investment?

Liz Carr and her PA

Plan M - mum

by Liz Carr

When Liz's personal assistant calls in sick, and plans A, B and C fall through, she resorts to Plan M - mum.

The Wall Street sign

A fresh approach to disability employment

by Rich Donovan

Quotas and 'lunch and learn' sessions don't work, says disabled businessman and former Wall Street trader. (1 of 2)

Disability Bitch

Disability Bitch

Every Thursday, DB tackles topics with the subtlety of a sledgehammer.

Motley Zoo

A close-up view of an Andre Jordan doodle

Welcome to doodler Andre Jordan's wonderful world of disabled animals.

Top Ten

A colourful number 10

Not-so-serious disability-related countdowns. Send us yours too!

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