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Shops 'breaching disability law'

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An investigation for BBC Wales suggests that many shops and other premises could be in breach of the law about access for disabled people.

In 2004, a clause was added to the Disability Discrimination Act, ordering "reasonable adjustments" to premises to make access easier.

Five years on, however, research suggests compliance with the law is patchy.

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