Monthly Archives: September 2013

Personal Activism

Originally posted on Speaking Up!:
Last Saturday I facilitated a session on Personal Activism at Positively UK conference for people living with HIV. My partner in crime in the session, co-facilitating, was Tom Hayes, the rising star of the HIV…

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Becoming an Healthwatch Trustee and Coming Out in My Neigborhood

Originally posted on Speaking Up!:
I have spoken in front of thousands of people about living with HIV, however rarely was I so nervous as last night, when I had to speak in front of quite a number of Lambeth…

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A tax on chronic illness – prescription charges in England

Originally posted on Gari Wellingham:
Those of you who know me personally, or maybe just from the wonderful world of ‘online’, probably know that I suffer with a chronic condition called ‘ulcerative colitis’ – you can read my previous post…

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12 Per Cent of Workers’ Income Now Eaten Up by Job Costs

Originally posted on Beastrabban\'s Weblog:
According to this item on yesterday’s MSN News, http://money.uk.msn.com/news/workers-spend-12percent-on-job-costs, workers are now spending up to 12 per cent of their annual income on job costs, such as commuting to work, child care, work clothes…

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10 reasons why we should love the British Monarchy

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Work Life Balance? What’s That?!

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An open letter to Michael Gove

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