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Lord Borwick: Over the Next Fifty Years, We Must Continue To Improve the Lives of Those Living With Disabilities

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It’s stating the obvious to say that the lives of disabled people are often challenging. It’s absolutely right that we work incredibly hard to meet those challenges. We don’t get everything right, and there is a lot more work to do, but I called this debate in order to focus on the positives.

Over the last 50 years, there has been an enormous improvement in the public’s attitude to disabled people. Many more people now also better understand the nature of different types of disabilities, and as such we make much better provision for their needs than we did 50 years ago.

If we’ve seen those improvements over the last 50 years, we should now be optimistic that the next 50 years will promise even more. That’s why I set out this future date in the title of my debate - to start a conversation with my colleagues and identify now what potential problems we might face in continuing the improvements.

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Over the last 50 years, there has been an enormous improvement in the public’s attitude to disabled people. If we’ve seen those improvements over the last 50 years, we should now be optimistic that the next 50...

 

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