We do not think of disabled people enough

Speaking this week, the Prime Minister welcomed aspects of the new Taylor Review on Modern Work. But if the Government’s aspiration to build a fairer society that unlocks all of its talents is to be realised, her team now needs to do more thinking as to how some workers, to whom the review pays little attention, can be empowered.

Britain’s disabled workers continue to miss out on jobs due to a lack of tax breaks and incentives for employers

Disabled people would have a better chance to find a job if the government did more to support businesses – by abolishing national insurance contributions of disabled workers and providing incentives to hire workers with disability.