No Go Britain

Channel 4 News has launched a new series on how easy it is for Disabled people in the UK to use the public transport system. The series 'No Go Britain' has spoken to individual disabled travellers and disabled charities as part of this investigation.

Paralympian Tanni Grey-Thompson has already contributed to this investigation with tales of being left on a train at midnight as well as stories from blind travellers being left on trains because there was no staff member there to meet them.

'No Go Britain' would like to hear your experiences both good and bad. You can post your stories on the No Go Britain facebook page and upload videos at

You can find out more here and hear about the experiences of Fran Brown, SIA Peer Adviser at Stanmore SCIC in this clip from Channel 4 News:



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