Diary Day 109: 12th May ME Awareness Day, Milgram Experiment, PACE and The NHS

I missed writing something for 12th May, international ME awareness day this week but I read a lot of really good posts on people’s blogs that commemorate those lost and missing because of this disease.  I wondered what I wanted to write for ME Awareness Day. The thought: “write about what you know,” kept running […]

Tory Majority Day 16: Fuel Banks and Fuel Poverty – I Measure My Home And Health In Units Of Electricity.

On Wednesday this article was circulated over Twitter.  It’s a story written about a man who is welfare dependent. Due to the welfare benefit cuts under the Coalition government and the bedroom tax, he is using a fuel bank to have enough hot water to heat his home, wash, wash up and clean his clothes. […]

The Basics – The Conservative Majority And Disabled Life In The UK

Saturday May 9th: Starting this project Let’s start with a few questions: Who are you?  I’m a single woman in her 40s. I  live in London. The part of London I live in is a bright royal blue.  So is a lot of the rest of Britain since the General Election of 2 days ago confirmed […]