The Students Loan Company has been prevented from trying to shutdown the website of a disabled student who was critical of their decision making.
A government scheme to allow individuals to discover whether their current or prospective partner has a history of violence has had more than 1,300 requests in the last year, it has been confirmed.
Suffragents, the service seeking to raise awareness of the impact of marital breakdown on men, has formally launched its online campaign.
The UK Parliament is to hold a debate to mark International Men’s Day as the University of York withdraws its support for the event.
Cardiff Metropolitan University has refused to publish data on the performance of its disability assessment centre, saying it would affect its competitiveness.
Internet trolling expert and anthropologist Jonathan Bishop says those who criticise Grant Shapps for using the word “they” are sexist.
Joe Powell, a Cardiff-based disability advocate, has spoken out against the poor treatment of people with special educational needs in the Welsh capital and beyond.
The British Broadcasting Corporation has been exposed for its links with IT firm Atos. Leading IT Professional Jonathan Bishop, who was a runner up in an Atos-sponsored IT award says the BBC should reconsider its agreements with the firm.
South Wales Police’s Chief Constable, Peter Vaughan, is facing fresh claims of discrimination in his police force, after an alleged attempt to silence an equality activist who tried to take up their human rights to religious expression.
Allegations have been made against two trade unions, who have been accused of mal-treating a disabled trade unionist who has mental health differences.