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RNIB react on results of the consultation into Personal Independence Payments

RNIB comment on Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) announcement on the results of the consultation into Personal Independence Payments (PIP Steve Winyard, Head of...

Hull City Council pledges to work with local disabled people to tackle issue of street clutter

Hull City Council has pledged to work with local disabled people to tackle the growing issue of street clutter.   The council is the first in...

Almost 12,500 blind and partially sighted older people casualties of social care crisis

Thousands of blind and partially sighted older people are not receiving any social care support, becoming the latest casualties of the social care crisis,...

Personal Independence Payments delays unlawful and unacceptable

Today's ruling by the High Court that a delay in paying welfare benefits to two disabled people was 'unlawful' and 'unacceptable' has been welcomed...

Daily assault course of street obstacles and dangerous crossings injuring blind people

Thousands of blind and partially sighted people are being injured as they walk around their local streets, leaving many of them without the confidence...

Countdown star Rachel Riley wear dots to raise lots!

Countdown star launches RNIB Read to help make more books accessible for blind and partially sighted people   Rachel Riley, star of Channel 4’s Countdown,...

RNIB launches Overdrive, a new digital audio library for people with sight loss

Exciting new service allows users to download books, magazines and podcasts directly onto computers, smartphones and tablets   The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB)...

Sight Loss Charity Invites Aspiring Musicians To Compose Its New ‘Audio Logo’

Leading sight loss charity RNIB has launched a national competition to find its new audio logo.   The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) has...

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