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Baroness Grey-Thompson

Crossbench Peer


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Recent appearances

  • Covid-19: Restrictions - Question 18 May 2020

    My Lords, some disabled people seem to have received a second letter asking them to shield for another 12 weeks. It appears that the government website is not necessarily clear on the correct procedure for vulnerable and/or disabled people. Will Her Majesty’s Government provide greater clarity on shielding and, at the very least, ensure that the website is up to date for this group of people?
  • Covid-19: Transport - Statement 14 May 2020

    The Rail Delivery Group has stated that disabled passengers who need assistance during their journey can still book ahead, but they may be asked extra questions to help staff plan how to help them safely. What will those additional questions be? How will those with invisible impairments be supported? By their very nature, it will not be possible to identify that such people have additional needs.
  • Covid-19: Public Transport Safety - Private Notice Question 12 May 2020

    My Lords, what assurance can the Minister give to disabled passengers who require assistance—of course within the safety considerations for all—that the current situation will not be used to dial back “turn up and go” or prevent disabled people travelling to work?

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Entered the House of Lords on 29 March 2010

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