Monthly Archives: September 2016

British Bisexuality: Purple Prose out now!

Originally posted on Rewriting The Rules:
Last week saw the launch of a book project that I’m very excited to be part of: Purple Prose. This collection, edited by Kate Harrad, brings together experiences from a diverse spectrum of bisexual…

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Universal Credit “on track”, or Maybe Not.

Originally posted on Ipswich Unemployed Action.:
May well, Eventually, Possibly, be Ready, Sometime, Somewhere, for Some Claimants.  Under-fire Universal Credit reform could now be ‘on right track’, says report. Universal Credit has been “turned around from the brink of disaster”…

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Left out in the cold: Living with HIV in Russia

Originally posted on LASS:
‘Talk to Al Jazeera’ traveled Russia to find out what’s behind the fast-growing HIV epidemic there. Russia, the largest country on earth, which emerged from the post-Soviet economic and political chaos to reassert itself, is facing…

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Poverty, the obscenity that is driven by political will

Originally posted on Fear and Loathing in Great Britain:
A letter a day to number 10. No 1,542 Saturday 03 September 2016. Dear Mrs May, David Freud said, “people who are poorer should be prepared to take the biggest risks”…

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