Gerry Kinsella, who favours remaining in the EU and Dave Kelly, who favours leaving
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EU referendum: What does it mean for disabled people?

In the lead up to the EU referendum much of the discussion has focussed on businesses, the economy, and the health service, but what does the future look like for people with disabilities?

Those with disabilities wanting Britain to remain in the EU say European legislation has led to improved rights, but those wanting to leave the union believe better laws could be made here in the UK.

The BBC's disability correspondent, Nikki Fox, reports.

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