Well its Good Friday, I’m in an introspective mood and I’m asking myself, as an atheist, what does Easter mean to me. It certainly does not hold any religious significance and the “God Squad”, those of you who have religious convictions are…Continue
I graduated from University last year with a 2:1 BSc (Hons) in Health, Community and Social Care having returned to learning as a mature student. Having applied for a large number of jobs, I have only had one interview so far.I am feeling extremely…Continue
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The prospect of Labour calling for the hated “fitness for work” test to be replaced by a more “humane” way of assessing entitlement to benefits has moved a step closer, with its appointment of a new disability poverty taskforce.
The government has performed a notable u-turn, after finally deciding – after nearly three years of discussions and consultations – that it will not abolish the Disabled Persons Transport Advisory Committee (DPTAC) after all.