Over a past 4 years a practice rate for people with training disabilities has declined – it now stands during only 6%. This is notwithstanding Government work programmes to find people suitable jobs.
In 2014, a Conservative apportion Lord Freud was criticised for suggesting some people with disabilities should be paid less.
The Minister for Disabled People, Justin Tomlinson, says a low rate of practice is “unacceptable” though says profitable next a smallest salary is not a answer.
However, some feel that a smallest salary is indeed a separator into work.
BBC News met Julian Mason, whose son Ben has a training disability.