Disabled people cannot use 55% of railway stations

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Disabled people cannot use 55% of railway stations

New statistics show that disabled people cannot use 55% of railway stations in London as there is no step free access.

This is according to new research by a disability charity, Leonard Cheshire. They are urging the governemnt and rail operators to make all station accesible.

Rezina Hakim is one of the campaigners.

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