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Access to Work programme 'denying disabled chance to work'

BBC News has obtained evidence suggesting the changes to the government's Access to Work programme is denying disabled people the chance to work rather than helping them into employment.

The initiative was set up 20 years ago and offers disabled people assistance for everything from wheelchair ramps to interpreters for deaf people.

Nikki Fox reports.

Taken from live subtitled version of the Six O'Clock News.

  • 30 Oct 2014
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