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  3. A falling man left me paralysed

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  4. Able to Parent

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  5. 'This is exactly why I am trying to get into the Scottish Parliament'

    Pam Duncan-Glancy is running for Labour
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    Issues with getting into her count are the exact reason Labour candidate Pam Duncan-Glancy wants to become an MSP.

    The wheelchair user was refused entry to the Emirates Arena when managers did not believe she was a candidate.

    She told the BBC One results programme: "It's one of the reasons we need more disabled people in parliament. Attitudes need to change, access needs to change and disabled people need to be in the room in order to make decisions so that things like that don't happen again."

    Conservative candidate Jeremy Balfour agrees, as one of the only MSPs with a disability in the last Scottish Parliament.

    "Across all our parties we need to see more disabled people in parliament," he said. "In Scotland 20% of the population has some kind of disability and yet it is totally unrepresented.

    "I would welcome any individuals from all parties who have any disability and I hope there can be some kind of consensus around these issues so that whoever forms the next government can take that forward."

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