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This page deals with rights under Part 3 of the Equality Act 2010. It focuses on services to the public, which includes discrimination by shops, businesses and most others providing goods, services or facilities. The page also links to other Part 3 rules, such as those on public authority functions. To have the Equality Act rights, your stammer needs to be a 'disability' within the Act. A separate page suggests guidelines for service providers on Making services accessible.

Note: this page covers the Equality Act 2010 position from 1st October 2010. See also pre-Equality Act position and Which Act applies: Equality Act or DDA?

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What is covered?

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Special cases

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What counts as unlawful discrimination?

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How do these rules apply to stammering?

Emergency SMS

Are there any cases on stammering?

More detail

If there is discrimination

Further information

  • For web links generally on stammering and disability discrimination see the links page.


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