The Minister for Disabled People, Work and Health, Penny Mordaunt, has issued a challenge to British

5,000 UK employers are now Disability Confident. • Minister challenges FTSE 100 to sign up to Disability Confident scheme • TBT Recruitment is 5,000th organisation to become Disability Confident • The Guinness Partnership becomes 50th Disability Confident Leader The Minister for Disabled People, Work and Health, Penny Mordaunt, has issued a challenge to British based FTSE 100 companies to sign up to the Disability Confident scheme. Twenty-one FTSE 100 companies have already signed up so far, including Marks and Spencer, BT and Royal Mail. This week, construction recruitment specialist TBT Recruitment became the 5,000th organisation to become Disability Confident, pledging their commitment

#Hackcessibility Highlights

Penny Mordaunt MP, Minister for the Disabled, Health and Work opened the Hackcessibility showcase event at the Google Campus. See highlights from the showcase below:

Penny Mordaunt launches the Bespoke Access Awards

Launching the #bespokeaccess awards yesterday at @Channel4. The UK led international competition to reward and share good design & service for all. Below: Penny Mordaunt MP at yesterday's #BespokeAccessAwards with Sector Champion @alfresco12 promoting accessibility in hotels @BespokeAccess

Survey: A 'Boris bike' style scheme for Portsmouth.

Penny Mordaunt MP is inviting Portsmouth residents to take part in an online survey: A 'Boris bike' style scheme for Portsmouth. Portsmouth is in a state of transformation and regeneration, with record levels of tourists visiting all parts of the city. Portsmouth is hosting more spectacular events such as the Victorious festival and the Americas Cup. The University of Portsmouth is expanding its offering and student accommodation at an impressive rate. Parking is difficult in many parts of the city, especially on Portsea island, and we need a number of initiatives to try and tackle this as Portsmouth regeneration continues. Penny Mordaunt MP said, "We need a number of schemes to help people

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