'I can't afford disabled son's school taxi'
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'I gave up work to take disabled son to school'

Rising numbers of parents in England are submitting complaints because their child has been denied free school transport, according to the Local Government Ombudsman.

For children with disabilities, once they reach 16, their families could be faced with bills of hundreds of pounds a month.

Leanna Forse had to give up her job because she couldn't afford to pay for her son to get to school.

  • 17 Mar
  • From the section UK