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BBC response to complaint about DJ Sara Cox’s twitter comments

The BBC responded to my complaint about Sara Cox’s comments towards subtitles being shown at an English language screening of Bridemaids. It arrived at just after midnight this morning. TO recap Sara asked for a discount because there were subtitles, wanted to put gaffa tape over her glasses to cover them up and told those who found her comments about subtitled screenings offensive ¬†were ‘gob******’. She has apologised through... 
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There are basic steps needed to ensure your website is fully accessible. Test out the following and see what you have available on your website. If you have none then talk to your web designer about improving your site – this is a good start. Can you: Navigate your whole site without using your mouse e.g tab across? How far does it get you? Navigate your site without using a mouse using standard access shortcuts e.g. b for about, 1 for Home... 
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