Monthly Archives: March 2011

TUC March: One Protester’s Experiences

This is a personal account of the events of Sarurday, March 26th, at the TUC March For The Alternative in Central London. Participant, blogger, and DisAbled person Lisybabe tells the story of her day, and of how, in the middle … Continue reading

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TUC March: Virtual Support

Do you want to support the people marching against the cuts today? Are you too sick or disabled to participate? No worries! I’ve received some links to ways you can show your support virtually: You could join the Armchair Army … Continue reading

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New Broken Of Britain Campaign: Left Out In The Cold

  On the eve of the second reading of the government’s controversial Welfare Reform Bill, on 9 March, disabled activist Kaliya Franklin stripped off to demonstrate what the result would be for disabled people across the UK if disability benefits … Continue reading

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Riven Vincent, Claire Khaw And Little Old Me

I had a pleasant surprise yesterday when I discovered that special mother Riven Vincent was being interviewed on the Victoria Derbyshire radio show. Naturally, I listened in. Everything was fine until about 40 minutes in when a nutcase named ‘Claire … Continue reading

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