Friday 31 July at 09:00

The National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS) is urging the Government to halt the rollout of Personal Independence Payment (PIP) until deaf young people have a fair chance to successfully claim the benefit.

In an attempt to highlight how the current claim process for

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Friday 31 July

Leading deaf golfer Paul Waring – who has just won the Midland Youths Championship – is backing a new guide which aims to encourage more deaf people to take up the sport.

The Deaf-Friendly Golf Guide offers support, advice and guidance to clubs, coaches and volunteers to include deaf people in golfing activities.

“This is a great idea,” said Waring, who took up golf

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