Campaign highlights treatment of disabled people on public transport

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Campaign highlights treatment of disabled people on public transport

The Just Ask Dont Grab campaign arrived at Kings Cross station - highlighting the treatment of people with disabilities, when using the transport network.

The movement was created by a Dr Amy Kavanagh - who said she has experienced being grabbed or manhandled on and off trains and buses, without asking for help.

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