Paulley: An everyday step? – Cloisters

Posted January 31st, 2017 in appeals, disabled persons, news, Supreme Court, transport by sally

‘On 24 February 2012, Doug Paulley tried to do something most of us would not think twice about. He went to catch a bus. He wanted to get from Wetherby to Leeds to catch a train. The single wheelchair space was occupied, not by another wheelchair user, but by a pushchair. The bus driver asked the owner to move but did nothing more when she refused. Mr Paulley was unable to travel on that bus, so missed his train.’

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Cloisters, 30th January 2017