Treasury Committee report on consumer access to financial services warns that banks can no longer ignore financial inclusion.
The High Court has ruled that the Government’s provisions for blind and partially sighted people to vote are unlawful, and fail to allow blind and partially sighted people to vote independently and in secret.
A private hire taxi company has been fined by Preston Magistrates' Court, after refusing a passenger travelling with a guide dog.
Pavement parking must be kerbed! Have your say on this important issue!
Employment rates increase for the UK population as a whole but remain the same for blind and partially sighted people. What can we do to address this problem?
We respond to the new Work and Pensions Committee inquiry report in to assistive technology
RNIB is pleased to be working with the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch (HSIB) to ensure patients are involved in their investigation into delayed follow-up appointments for patients with glaucoma.
We're getting behind a new campaign that exposes examples of patients being denied life-enhancing treatments, such as cataract surgery.
Hampshire County Council cuts funding for children with special education needs. We are urgently calling on the Education Secretary Damian Hinds to challenge this decision.
Parents are calling on the government to increase funding for education support services for children and young people with vision impairment.
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In the last year more than 700 guide dogs with their owners were refused entry to taxis, shops and restaurants. These companies are breaking the law.