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The Equality Act - what next? by ardenchambers

Posted 14 September

In March this year The House of Lords Select Committee on the Equality Act 2010 and Disability published its report on the Act's impact on disabled people and concluded that the Government was failing disabled people. In July the Government published its response.

In this post Alice Richardson considers the findings and recommendation of the report so far as it relates to housing.

 

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