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NHS reform: can your doctor be trusted or not?

In what may be my most read post to date, DLA Disgrace, I discussed the shameful process that our Government inflicts on the disabled people in our community. It is outsourced to ATOS – ‘an international information technology services company’. … Continue reading

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Benefit cuts: a call to mobilise the disabled

So now we are here in another New Year and, in the UK, the savagery of social welfare cuts continues to slice through our society. We have had: 06 January: ‘Soldiers, nurses and teachers hit by benefit curbs’ 07 January: … Continue reading

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A taxing idea for the people

‘Ideas don’t make you rich. The correct execution of ideas does’. So said Felix Dennis in his book ‘How To Get Rich’. He’s worth over £500 million, so I think we can believe him. As it happens, last week, I … Continue reading

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Disability Living Allowance (DLA) disgrace

First published on Brand Republic on 05/09/11 “We will extend a hand if you are willing to unclench your fist”. So, famously, said President Barack Obama at his Inaugural Address. Once you have read this, you are no less guilty … Continue reading

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