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Doug Paulley
'Care Home Crusader' - 'Credible Hulk' - 'A bit of a troublemaker' - Edinburgh assistance staff
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Doug Paulley 7h
Fine him/her £1,000 pls police
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Doug Paulley 12h
Hats off to for forcing the issue on the continual elephant in the room: the shameful lack of accessible housing, especially social housing, and the massive effect this has on disabled people throughout the UK. Potential Judicial Review?
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Tomas Sep 19
Hmm new trains with no future provisions for level boarding...what message is this for wheelchair users?
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Doug Paulley Sep 19
This never happens!
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Doug Paulley Sep 18
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Doug Paulley Sep 18
I wonder how many people are asleep on the coach, and whether there's accommodation for them elsewhere on the train.
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Doug Paulley Sep 18
Replying to @CatalystClinPsy
Thank Goodness they EVENTUALLY found you somewhere... I'm really sorry you head this, I know how stressful it can be.
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Doug Paulley Sep 18
They have since clarified that the pupils weren't listening in to live phone calls, which was what I originally understood, but specially constructed and anonymised recordings. Which made me feel a whole lot better
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Doug Paulley Sep 18
That's true, but wouldn't expect it to be used for random non- employees.
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Doug Paulley Sep 18
Captioned version on BBC News website
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Doug Paulley Sep 18
I do that too, electric wheelchair fully reclined. I'm always worried it will go back all the way and fall over though
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Kerry-Anne Mendoza Sep 18
If my child was sick in hospital and Boris Johnson bounded in for a photo op, I’d be going to fucking jail. Period. This man is a gold-plated hero ✊🏾❤️
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Doug Paulley Sep 18
Replying to @perry_fleur
Oh my darling, I'm so sorry you were patronised! SIC THEM patronising whatsits. Can't stand being patronised, and I bet you get it more than me.
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Doug Paulley Sep 18
Replying to @R_m157 @northernassist
The 170 last night had both.
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Doug Paulley Sep 18
Pupils were "able to listen into examples of the ways the staff communicate with customers during calls" at . Like: me purchasing a railcard, me booking journey assistance?! Data protection much?!
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Doug Paulley Sep 18
Replying to @LBGplc
Can you please implement two factor authentication for online banking?
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Doug Paulley Sep 18
Replying to @R_m157 @northernassist
The refurbished units I've seen have had both: 3- pin standard sockets and USB also
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Doug Paulley Sep 18
Yes, a 170 from York to Harrogate at 2011 last night
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Doug Paulley Sep 18
Replying to @northernassist
Not really, there's separate signs for Emergency and for Call for Aid, and they're separate systems on trains. But thanks anyway for trying.
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Doug Paulley Sep 18
Replying to @Harrogatebc
Thank you; that is helpful. I was more raising a concern that Harrogate has so few accessible taxis. It has 148 Hackney carriages, yet only 10 accessible ones. ~1 in 15 accessible = 6.7%. York has 25%, Leeds 50%. There's something up with Harrogate licensing policy, in my view.
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