Sledgehammers and aeroplane signs: Liverpool’s nightlife must do more to accommodate disability
Going out is easy for many, but for others it comes with uncertainty and frustration.
Dear members — what do you have to think about when you plan a night out? A taxi, your outfit, maybe stopping off at a pub on the way to get things up and running. For some people though, making sure all will go to plan is a more complicated affair. In their debut for The Post, Edward Haynes has written a fascinating and warm piece — based on personal experience — about how experiencing Liverpool’s nightlife differs for people with disabilities, and whether the scene is doing enough to accommodate.
First things first: your daily briefing, including improved conditions at a Liverpool prison once considered one of the country’s worst and the reasons behind a possible sale of Liverpool FC.