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Television can increase understanding of other people’s experiences or indeed one’s own, even if such knowledge may be uncomfortable.
We have, sadly, become accustomed to politicians making dubious claims, or even telling what appear to be lies when they feel cornered, or are trying to make a weak argument seem stronger.
All Our Welfare : Towards participatory social policy by Peter Beresford
A talk on "how state benefits can 'warp' the personalities of the unemployed" was
Recently, the government's Fit For Work (FFW) service tweeted, 'For 300,000 people, sic
The right-wing think-tank Reform, in its report Working welfare: a radically new approach to sickness and disability benefits, has ur
Having just written about how current employment practices make the aim of getting a million disabled people into
Enough is enough. We can no longer tolerate families going hungry in the seventh wealthiest nation on the planet.
It was very alarming to hear the Chancellor say, in his
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