By BBC 03/07/2023
George Baker was invited by BBC to discuss his opinions of the new Ultra Low Emission Zone plans and how these will effect Disabled People. (Skip to 36:45 for George’s interview)
by ITV News Meridian 13/04/2023
George Baker, Lauren Toovey, and Emily Haywood-Smith were filmed and interviewed about the lack of accessible infrastructure and how this effects Disabled People.
Produced by Keiligh Baker and Emma Tracey 25/02/2022
George Baker joins Keiligh and Emma to talk about living with COVID-19 and how the government’s lifting of restrictions will affect those who are clinically extremely vulnerable.
Report by ITV News Meridian’s Mary Stanley 09/08/2021
George Baker talks of raising awareness of what is a legitimate use of a blue badge, and what a blue badge means to those who are eligible.
by Sally Churchward for In-Common 02/12/2020
The Disability Union has launched, in order to build power and a national voice for disabled people powerful enough to influence policy; whilst also helping people with their day-to-day disability struggles.
WE CAN TELL OUR OWN STORIES: SIA’S NEW FILM IS JUST THE LATEST EXAMPLE OF DISABLED VOICES BEING MARGINALISED 🎬
by Joel Jordan for The Disability Union 20/11/2020
DISABLED ACTIVISTS ARE OUTRAGED: Sia’s new film is another backwards step for the entertainment industry – sidelining disabled people, telling our stories without us and dismissing disabled actors.
George Baker with Emma Tracey for BBC Ouch 19/11/2020
BBC Ouch’s Emma Tracey spoke to award-winning bloggers, Elin Williams and Chloe Tear, and disability rights campaigner George Baker to find out their top-tips.
by George Baker for Disability Horizons 13/11/2020
This week, disability rights campaigner and former MP candidate George Baker, who has muscular dystrophy, launched The Disability Union. It aims to bring disabled people together to create a collective voice to help fight for your rights.
by John Pring for Disability News Service 12/11/2020
Disabled campaigners this week celebrated the activists whose efforts helped lead to the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA), while highlighting the continuing flaws in equality legislation and the need to continue the fight for comprehensive civil rights.
by Timothy Edgley for Daily Echo 12/11/2020
A UNION for disabled people has now launched, which is the first of its kind.
‘The Disability Union’, based in Chandler’s Ford is aiming to give a national voice to people with disabilities as well as supporting them with day to day struggles.
by John Pring for Disability News Service 06/11/2020
A new independent user-led organisation – modelled on a trade union – is hoping to provide disabled people with a collective voice powerful enough to influence policy at a national level, while also offering them solutions to their disability-related problems.
by Joel Jordan for Pressat 09/11/2020
“25 years on from the Disability Discrimination Act, we vow to renew the fight for equality.”