The death of learning disability campaigner Lord Rix reminds us both how much things have changed for the disabled but that we need a fresh campaign to fight current challenges.
Month: August 2016
Staff cuts and turnover at the Criminal Injuries Compensation authority which handles claims from terrorist victims at home and abroad and violent injuries caused by criminals has led to a series of blunders and miscalculations in paying out complex awards to people.
The decision to go ahead without delay to appoint Alexis Jay in place of Dame Lowell Goddard who resigned last week to the chair of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse could amount to a game changer for the troubled investigation. It should be welcomed.
The sudden departure of Dame Lowell Goddard as chair of the independent child sex abuse inquiry was more than just a resignation. events surrounding it have all the hallmarks of a legal coup.
Council by elections are still showing Labour doing well. But are the party just piling up votes in their strongholds or can they break through like the Liberal Democrats and start gaining Tory seats?
We haven’t been telling the truth for a long time in the Labour party. It is essential that we start.
Dame Lowell Goddard owes the public and survivors a full and frank explanation why she suddenly announced her decision to quit the child sex abuse inquiry
My views on Exaro,the Middle East and Jeremy Corbyn before MPs resigned en masse from his Shadow Cabinet
An interview with Arab News Network earlier this year where I explain my views on Exaro, the Middle East and Jeremy Corbyn before the revolt of 180 Labour Mps against his leadership.