Monthly Archives: March 2016

The afterthought at the back of the queue?

I wrote this about fifteen years ago, when ‘regeneration’ was a major driver. Not really very pleased to see that not only have we not got very much further, as outlined in today’s House of Lords report on the impact … Continue reading

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I don’t want you to care . . . . . . .

Vulnerable, disadvantaged, poor, ill; disabled people are currently being increasingly described as all of these and more. Meanwhile caring, compassionate champions, ready to save these poor unfortunates, are suddenly crawling out of the woodwork. What’s going on? Well, I have … Continue reading

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