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Kika 🇬🇧 Apr 5
Thank you for having us on . I hope our interview will encourage more commuters to be aware of the people around them. Whose journey could you make a little easier today? 🚂🚌
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Dr Amit Patel Mar 28
One small act of kindness could have turned this situation around completely
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Nicky Clark Mar 27
Taking our learning disabled autistic daughter on holiday by plane later this year, for 1st time in eleven years. We’re worried about how her disability will be perceived & if she has behaviours of distress she’ll be allowed to fly.
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Lisa Jonas Apr 26
I always like to give credit when it's due. Thanks to the CSS team and Supervisor at Green Park Station who got me to work today after the was suspended. I was stroppy. They were kind
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John Nichol 15 Feb 18
Please, PLEASE. Show some understanding, courtesy & kindness if you see guiding . make a brilliant team but sometimes need a little patience from you.
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BikeMate Mar 7
They have got everything to take the world in their stride. Happy International Women's Day to all from the BikeMate family. Women are always a source of inspiration for the family and society.
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Rachel Burden Nov 7
Tomorrow we’re looking at how much progress has been made with making transport more accessible for people with a disability ? breakfast
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Alan Benson Jun 10
Step free access is easy.... isn't it? An excellent primer from
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Dr Hannah Barham-Brown Mar 27
Replying to @HannahPopsy
IT GETS BETTER. Grunted at by staff when they arrive late (no apology), sent down to platform like I’m an idiot (why tell me to go to the office then?!), &there’s no one there with a ramp. Turns up 1 min to go, grumbles at me, puts me ON THE WRONG END OF THE TRAIN.
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David Crockett Oct 26
Just finished 's . So, so good. It has me thinking hard about those mobilizing for mass incarceration abolition. Cc:
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Andrew Selwood Jun 8
To the person who decided to pass me so close you rubbed my bar ends on my bike....screw you. If I was riding a road bike it would have been a hospital job
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BikeMate Mar 5
Why is it difficult to spot woman bikers in the city? Break those stigmas around women riders as you twist the throttle this Women's Day! Buy your bike now on
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MS Society UK Mar 27
Following Frank Gardner's experience at Heathrow over the weekend: tune in to between now and 9am and join a very important conversation about accessibility. Share your experiences using .
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🌺Sian Day🌺 15 Feb 18
Hi Cassie! We met at an event at the shard last year! I'm currently trying to campaign for peoples on TFL and wondered if you could retweet it too? We are trying to bring awareness of discrimination towards disabled people using TFL.
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John Dunne ♿ Feb 19
Just try get the next bus but the next bus already has a wheelchair user on & the following two have similarly obnoxious buggy users blocking the wheelchair space. Then I miss a hospital appointment & they discharge me back to the GP because of it. No Thanks!
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NO ONE Aug 2
So many inaccessible stations , every station in UK should be accessible.
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Chilterns MS Centre Mar 29
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NO ONE Aug 2
attending meeting to discuss accessible transport.
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HollowayHappens 11 Mar 18
upset today to hear our blind friend has been abandoned by not 1 but 2 ubers recently after seeing the guide dog, Leaving an 85 year old man & his guide dog out in the cold with no other way to get a taxi! Absolutely discusting behaviour
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Dr Hannah Barham-Brown Mar 27
Replying to @HannahPopsy
Didn’t intend on live tweeting this (relatively standard) journey today - but I’m soaking wet, exhausted, sore, and not even on my train yet.
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