UK 'more positive about disability' after Paralympics

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Three-quarters of Britons feel more positive about the role of disabled people following the Paralympics, according to a BBC survey.

Some 79% of 2,400 non-disabled people questioned also said they thought wider perceptions of disability had improved.

But the figure fell to 65% among the 600 people with disabilities surveyed, as Jenny Hill reports.

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