Friday 17 February at 07:00

Police in Derbyshire are helping to launch a British Sign Language film to highlight the difference between emergency and non-emergency numbers for people who are Deaf or hard of hearing. The film shows different scenarios and gives advice on what is considered an emergency and which is not and how deaf people or those hard of hearing can contact the police using SMS texts across our region.

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Thursday 16 February

Mr Kenny was in Cork this week speaking at a forum on Brexit when comedian Ross Browne stood up and acted out his own version of what the Taoiseach was saying. Mr Browne’s antics are captured in an online video to which subtitles purporting to relate to what he “signed” have been added. Standing at the front of the room, he continued to prank Mr Kenny for a minute before he was approached and

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Royal Association for Deaf people (RAD) has been awarded the Advocacy Quality Performance Mark (QPM) from the

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