This week Healthcare Professionals across the country have been warning the government that supplies of essential items such as masks are aprons are running low. Despite the Prime Minister’s assertion that NHS staff would get everything they needed, a NHS Trust has taken to Twitter begging for soap for their nurses. With us barely two weeks into the UK’s responseRead more
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Journalism is about holding people to account whether it’s awkward or not, so why does this government get a free pass from the mainstream press? Suicide is always a topic you must be careful when writing about. You have to be responsible so as not to cause fear or alarm to people who are suffering from a mental healthRead more
The Department for Work and Pension (DWP) is using lies in social media ads to promote Universal Credit Just a quick aside from my usual articles as I’m seeing more and more promoted posts from the Department of Work and Pensions about Universal Credit. This fact alone is irresponsible because every working-age benefit claimant will eventually be transferred to UniversalRead more
Stories of angry notes being left on cars in disabled bays or people being accosted for using disabled facilities are becoming so frequent you’d be forgiven for skipping past them. It seems we live in a world where it is acceptable for you to be judged on your appearance rather than, you know…. medical professional’s opinions. Hundreds of thousands, ifRead more
McVey denied the DWP scans social media to reject benefit claims but, I have proof they visited my blog.
on Tuesday Esther McVey denied that staff from the Department for Work and Pensions – DWP scan social media to look for ways to deny benefit claims. She may try and claim this to be true, but now I’ll show you evidence they’ve visited my blog.Read more