100 years on the experience of shell shock still has something to tell us about how we respond to mental distress In the autumn of 1914 the British army, began to see a worrying flood of psychological casualties in the wake of the new horrors of trench warfare in Northern France and Flanders. 100 years…
When did we become a country where helping others was seen as a bad thing
our current welfare system doesn’t work
Families in crisis will have nowhere to turn when a £10m emergency fund for the region is axed within months, campaigners warn today. The Children’s Society raises the alarm over Government plans to scrap ‘local welfare assistance schemes’ – seen as a last lifeline to stop vulnerable people falling into debt and destitution. The cash…
Can it be right that such decisions can be made without reference to medical notes?
The DWP ‘Press’ Office has been remarkably quiet about their latest ‘PIP’ release
I did what I had to do. From stocking the shelves at a local convenient store, to watching other children, to well…you know.