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That this House notes the success of the Barred Campaign founded by Mark Cooper and endorsed by Capability Scotland and supported by other disability charities to improve disabled access information to pubs; considers that their hard work resulted in a change to the law which means for the first time licensees will have to consider the needs of disabled customers when applying for a licence by providing access information about their premises and also means that disabled people will have access to vital information when planning a social occasion; and calls on the Government to make similar information available in the rest of the United Kingdom so that no one is excluded from a social occasion on the grounds of disability or where they may live.
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