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How Accessible Is Russia For Disabled Football Fans?

July 10, 2018

More than 22,000 special access tickets for people with disabilities have been sold for the World Cup in Russia.

BBC reporter Ashley John-Baptiste met one England fan with limited mobility to see what it’s like navigating public transport and visiting the stadiums.

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  1. July 10, 2018 1:11 pm

    Is ‘BBC reporter Ashley John-Baptiste’ or any of their other FAKE NEWS bullsh**ters going to ask anyone with a disability what they think about the BBC EMPLOYING Torturing, Murdering Hate Criminal Fraudsters – Atos and Capita?

    ATOS-BBC –
    BBC signs new contract for technology services… WITH ATOS
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/latestnews/2017/new-contract-technology-services
    Previously –
    http://www.computerweekly.com/news/2240214384/BBC-starts-search-for-suppliers-to-replace-2bn-Atos-outsourcing-deal

    CAPITA-BBC-
    https://www.capita.com/news/news/2016/bbc-extends-partnership-with-capita-for-an-additional-two-years/
    “In 2011, Capita won the contract to administer the BBC’s TV Licensing function for 8 years. “

    Strange what happens when you now click on the original link to that –
    http://www.capita-dis.co.uk/case-study/bbcs-tv-licensing-service

    (I still haven’t seen Samedifference reporting any of that)

    Ramps in Russia? Yeah, Right.

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