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Major City Could Adopt Pavement Parking Ban

Major City Could Adopt Pavement Parking Ban

Thursday, February 15th, 2018

While a petition initiated by the Guide Dogs Charity and co-signed by DMUK along with a number of other organisations has not yet led to a UK wide ban on pavement parking, the practise could be banned by Liverpool City Council later this year throughout the city’s worst affected areas.

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Motability Under Review

Motability Under Review

Friday, February 9th, 2018

The National Audit Office (NAO) will be conducting a review into the Motability Scheme because of the recent media coverage. The Chairs of the DWP along with the Treasury Select Committees have also confirmed that a joint committee inquiry will be undertaken.

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Private Parking Bill to Receive Second Reading

Private Parking Bill to Receive Second Reading

Thursday, February 1st, 2018

Following its proposal by the Conservative MP, Sir Greg Knight, in July 2016 the Private Parking Code of Practice Bill will receive its second reading in the House of Commons tomorrow (2nd February 2018). With this Bill Sir Greg Knight is aiming to standardise the rules and regulations which govern all private car parks in the UK.

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Enable Holidays Launches 2018 Brochure

Enable Holidays Launches 2018 Brochure

Thursday, February 1st, 2018

The accessible holidays provider, Enable Holidays, has recently launched its holidays brochure for 2018. The latest collection includes more than 500 accessible holiday packages.

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Large Number of PIP claims Under Review

Large Number of PIP claims Under Review

Thursday, February 1st, 2018

Following a High Court ruling which branded the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) system as “blatantly discriminatory” to those that experience psychological distress and anxiety, the DWP has promised to review a large number of PIP claims.

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