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Persons With Hidden Disabilities Soon More Likely to Receive Blue Badge Parking Permits? (BBC News)

Summary So-called “hidden disabilities”, such as mental health, dementia and autism may soon be given higher weight for consideration by officials when awarding blue badge parking permits in England. “By looking at non-visible illness, we can actually change the perceptions … Continue reading

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Hospital Parking Stealth Taxes Curbed? (BBC News / Department of Health)

Summary Hospitals in England will cut the cost of parking for certain groups, thanks to government guidelines. Concessions (free parking, reduced charges or capped charges) should be available for people with disabilities, people attending outpatients frequently, people visiting relatives who … Continue reading

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