As it creaks to an end, I think we can all agree 2019 was quite a year for politics, more confusing than usual BBC dramas (‘War Of The Worlds,’ anyone?) and the rising fortunes of my beloved Liverpool Football Club.

Read more We achieved a lot in 2019 accessible content-wise, but that hill still isn’t climbed yet

Back in May, the Intellectual Property Office sought views on how the UK should approach the implementation of the EU’s Regulation and Directive implementing the Marrakesh Treaty on copyright across Europe. Here, accessibility expert and UKAAF board member Michael Lewington summarises the most important aspects of response - and why this is good news for visually impaired and print disabled people

Read more What to Make of the Government Response to the Marrakesh Copyright Consultation

In October, an important global agreement that could spell big benefits for European and UK blind or impaired vision book lovers. Accessibility expert and UKAAF board member, Michael Lewington explains why this matters to print impaired people.

Read more A New European Directive’s About to Hit. Let’s make Sure It Lands Right