Disabled workers across Britain are holding the first of two 24-hour strikes in protest at the Government's decision to shut down or sell off half of Remploy's 54 factories:
For more on ITV Central's coverage of the strike action, including an interview with a worker at the firm's Derby plant and footage of chanting on the picket line in Stoke-on-Trent, click here.
Similar protests have attracted politicians and the press alike in Bridgend. ITV News Wales has the full story.
While a leading disability charity backs the shutdown, strike action against Government closures of 27 factories reveals a complex issue.
Disabled worker Neil Pearce said the shutdown of half of the company's factories across the UK is a "cop out" by the Government.