Accessible information news

  • Queen’s Speech 2016


    The new Government’s legislative programme was outlined on Wednesday 18 May in the Queen’s Speech. A number of new bills will be introduced under this Parliament. Find out about the bills to be introduced under this Parliament.

  • Voting - how was it for you?


    The right to vote independently, and in secret, is a cornerstone of our democracy. As the nation heads out to the polls in this year’s local and devolved nations elections and EU referendum, we'd like to hear from you.

  • Concerns over Government position on EU Web Directive


    We’ve been working with our colleagues at the European Blind Union and across Europe to ensure that the future European Directive on accessibility of public websites makes a real difference for blind and partially sighted people in the UK.

  • Lloyds Bank, Bank of Scotland and Halifax - upcoming focus groups


    Lloyds Bank, Bank of Scotland and Halifax are setting up focus groups for disabled customers this year.

  • Updates on making money talk


    We've been working hard to keep the momentum going on our Talking ATM campaign. Find out more in this update.

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