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After he left RNID he set up the political pressure group 'Federation of Deaf People' in 1998.
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- LAURA NOBLE (January 19, 1995). "New chief sends out the right signals Doug Alker's deafness hasn't stopped him taking his organisation's top job. Lau ra Noble reports". The Independent.
- Linda Jackson, (December 1, 1994). "CHARITY NAMES DEAF CHIEF EXECUTIVE". Press Association.
- David Brindle (July 5, 2000). "Blood on the pages: Britain's leading deaf charity riven by warring factions". The Guardian. Retrieved September 26, 2010.
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