A blind man says he was refused the chance of a job because his prospective employer didn't want a guide dog in the office.
Ian Brooks, from Glastonbury, has been applying for full-time jobs in computer programming and web design for the past few months.
He has years of experience and taken courses and freelance work to keep his skills up to date.
But even though he appeared to fit the job spec perfectly for his last application, he got a call saying his dog wasn't welcome.
The employer is said to have told the recruitment agency the office was too small for the guide dog - and that the office's landlord would object.
Mr Brooks and the charity Guide Dogs for the Blind say this is discrimination.
The charity works with many guide-dog owners looking for work, and says that the way the dogs are trained means that space shouldn't be an issue:
ITV News has contacted the employment agency for comment.