This morning I had a conversation with a tutor that left me feeling somewhat alienated and disorientated. Conveying how I Continue reading
I had an experience this afternoon that encapsulated social interaction today and how disconnected conversations alienate us and leave us Continue reading
In light of evidence being revealed about the background to Work Capability Assessments and the welfare state’s treatment of people Continue reading
This is a “think piece” as I am a journalist, not a scientist, and my thought process comes from reading, Continue reading
In 2005, I started working on a careers magazine for disabled graduates called the Arberry Profile. The problem with the Continue reading
I recently got given these questions to provide me with ‘security’. How exactly are they planning to do that? I Continue reading
Apparently, because my car was broken into in London, it makes me – not my car – a higher risk to the insurer. It doesn’t matter where I live. I could have been robbed in downtown Los Angeles and then moved to a hamlet in Wales, but I would still be a higher risk and therefore have to pay more for my car insurance, even though I haven’t even claimed or cost the insurer a penny extra.
I had been self-employed for a year when a friend told me about Working Tax Credits (WTC). If you don’t Continue reading