One of my tweeps** retweeted my Paralympics press release earlier today, appending a note saying “He took days to write this”.
Now that’s OK, I know exactly what Jeni meant because at some point on Twitter I’d said it myself – I had been so ill when I wrote it – Arrowe Park Hospital screwing with my life yet again – that it took me three days to write a Continue reading
The following is being sent out by me to all newspapers not hiding behind a paywall. It’s already been sent to the Guardian.
I have no objection, providing the source is properly acknowledged, to it being copied and sent to whosoever you think can make a difference.
“Chronically sick and disabled” is really not the same as “disabled”. Continue reading
I wrote this post in May 2011. With the looming Paralympics, which will almost inevitably, given the government-sponsored hostile mood of much of the country, reflect badly on the chronically sick and disabled community, I thought it was timely to re-publish it. It was, at the time, one of my most well-received posts. Continue reading