The individual questions we asked candidates are below. Click the links to compare what each candidate said.

Q1 Do you identify as a disabled person? All candidates answered yes to this so we haven’t made this a separate page.

Q2 What do you understand by the social model of disability and how is it relevant to the NEC?

Q3 How do you see your role as the Disabled Rep on the NEC?

Q4 How do you propose to gain the interest and support of those who are not currently personally impacted by disability?

Q5 Your constituency is disabled members. What systems will you use to ensure you understand the views of disabled members on agenda items prior to each NEC meeting?

Q6 What systems will use to report back to disabled members about what has happened at each NEC meeting?

Q7 What skills, abilities, experience and/or qualifications do you have that enable you to campaign and advocate on behalf of disabled people?

Q8 Do you think that there is institutional disablism in the Labour Party, if so, at what levels and what would you suggest to the NEC?

Q9 When and how did you first hear about the DEAL legal handbook?

Q10 Are there any sections of the DEAL legal handbook you don’t agree with and why? Do you have suggestions for improvement?

Q11 Do you commit to actively working to make the handbook internal Party policy? All candidates answered yes to this so we haven’t made this a separate page.

Q12 If yes to the previous question, how do you plan to get the NEC to acknowledge the DEAL legal handbook and make it internal policy?

Q13 What do you understand by intersectionality and will it be important to your NEC role?

Q14 Are you committed to making the UNCRPD incorporated into domestic legislation and why?

Q15 How would you abolish WCA?

Q16 What do you think should be the Party’s policy priorities in the areas of social care and social security?

Q17 Would you support an independent disability commission? All candidates answered yes to this so we haven’t made this a separate page.