City Hall passes motion to improve access and rights for deaf people

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City Hall passes motion to improve access and rights for deaf people

A motion calling on the Mayor to sign up to a charter which aims to improve access to services for deaf people was passed by City Hall on Wednesday. The British Deaf Association says it's a major step forward and hopes Boris Johnson will put his name to the British Sign Language Charter, urging local councils to follow its principles.  Paul Redfern is from the BDA and joined Anthony Baxter along with his interpreter Frances Lewin.

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