Monthly Archives: March 2017

Living on lamotrigine: 100mg

Originally posted on Another angry woman:
Content note: this post is a bit graphic about menstruation and sex, and also describes an unpleasant dream involving a Nazi. Today is Purple Day, for epilepsy awareness, so what better day than to…

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A statement from Len McCluskey’s campaign

SKWAWKBOX As most readers will know, incumbent Len McCluskey and challenger Gerard Coyne are fighting a battle for the Unite General Secretary’s position. There is also a 3rd candidate, Ian Allinson, but he is not regarded as a serious contender … Continue reading

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Wirral Council. New Customer Service System soon… BUT… will it be bullied into position?

Originally posted on Wirral In It Together: As a follow-up to our earlier post, here’s a link to a Wirral Council meeting called for this Monday 27th March 2017, where plans will be put forward for the implementation of…

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Job-share ‘against Labour rules’ – how does that promote women’s involvement?

SKWAWKBOX A follower of the SKWAWKBOX has contacted the blog with details of a situation of some concern. Her BLP (branch Labour party, a sub-group of the constituency Labour party or CLP) elected her to its executive as a joint-Secretary, … Continue reading

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Here’s a copy of Labour’s 2017 rulebook

SKWAWKBOX It ought to be easy to find a copy of the current Labour rules online. It isn’t. A democratic party ought to be very keen to encourage its members to get to grips with its rules and procedures. There … Continue reading

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Thank You to HRH Prince Harry & LASS Partner Organisations

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Originally posted on LASS:
HRH Prince Harry with Salma Ravat & Nadine Coogan (Photo: Tom Robson @tjrfoto) Partner organisations joined LASS in a training session led by Juliet Kisob and Sadiya Mohamed.  They looked at the role of community HIV testing in…

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Poor working and social conditions are being propped up by the mass provision of CBT

Originally posted on Politics and Insights:
According to the Counsellor’s Guide to Working with EAP, by 2013, almost 50% of the UK workforce was supported by an Employee Assistance Programme (EAP), representing 13.79 million people. The EAP industry began in the…

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Exclusive: Labour senior source – there is no ‘staff crisis’, the right’s just scared of Karie

SKWAWKBOX The Huffington Post, Politics Home and other outlets have been running this morning with the story of a supposed ‘staffing crisis’ in Jeremy Corbyn’s office. Some people have left, true – two because of ill health and one for … Continue reading

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