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Supported Loving on Channel 4 News

The right to love - three couples tell their stories in No Go Britain on Channel 4 News.

Supported Loving has been featured in No Go Britain, a regular social affairs item on Channel 4 News.

Last night's No Go Britain on Channel 4 News was dedicated to our Supported Loving campaign, telling the stories of three couples with learning disabilities and the barriers they face.

Supported Loving was started by Dr Claire Bates, whose PhD research into relationships was funded by Choice Support.  Dr Bates is sharing her research findings and starting the discussion about the need for good support to enable people with learning disabilities to have relationships.

Watch Supported Loving on Channel 4 News No Go Britain here.

Find out more about Supported Loving here.

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