An unemployed blind man who claimed he had been discriminated against by a potential employer because he used a guide dog has been offered a job.
Glastonbury computer programmer Ian Brooks has been out of work for several years with his disability.
His story went viral on social media in February after he claimed a firm had cancelled his job interview because it could not accommodate his dog.
However, a technology firm saw his story online and has offered him a job.
London-based Conspexit develops apps for blind and partially-sighted people.