Rotten Apples, on Poisoned Branches in Toxic Orchards

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Now ain’t the Time for your Tears

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Police and Crime Commissioner

as always excellent writing by Mr Kilfoyle.


It ought to come as no surprise that Jane Kennedy has announced that she will not be standing again for the position of PCC, or that she has left the Labour Party. As PCC, she has been virtually invisible to the wider electorate. It is as well to recognise that she was elected to the post on the basis of a miserable 12.7% turnout. Winning 56% of first preferences, it meant that she actually had a paltry 7% of the electors – principally, Labour voters – supporting her.

This ought to be a consideration now that she is to leave her very well paid – £80,000 plus – position. She was, of course, elected on a Labour ticket; but now that she has deserted Labour, should she not resign from her post immediately? After all, this would be an appropriate point for the post to be integrated into the structure…

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What Makes A Human Rights Breach?

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Car Park Report


Click on the link below for a pdf copy of the report conducted into the Beautiful Ideas Company.

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Helpful. NOT.

Who By Fire

Ugh. Horrible evening yesterday.  Grenouille arrived home and somewhat to my surprise I saw the driver as well as the escort hovering outside the door.
“Can we have a word with you?”
“Yes, of course, come in.”

It turned out that G had been in a right old state all the way back, after An Incident during a College trip.  My heart sank.

The trip had been stressing G out all week.  It involved planning a Christmas shopping expedition to a big multi-retailer centre: budgeting for tickets, purchases and lunch out, then taking public transport from College to the Big City, navigating the streets and the shopping centre, interactions with strangers and food that wasn’t from the usual pack-up.  Not just for a couple of hours, in our little town, with a dedicated PA, but all day, somewhere large and unknown, with shared support.  For G, it was a massive…

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Autism Initatives Northern Ireland – ”Nothing but the same old Story”

The Mainman is still suffering after receiving severe injuries while in the care of Autism Initiatives and Liverpool City Council – shame on them and the male support worker involved in the incident…….. [shall I name him] ….. I’ll name him in my next blog – did I tell you he has never been registered to vote – never been on the electoral roll…… now there may be a simple explanation for this…… I sure would love to hear it – he’s a man of mystery …….

As we know Autism Initiatives sacrifices the client rather than tarnish their reputation as they did with the Mainman.

Autism Initiatives also practice in Northern Ireland again as in Liverpool the clients received extremely poor care

Northen Ireland Social Care found a support worker while employed by Autism Initiatives wasn’t fit to practice due to misconduct on the 4th & 8th September 2017 – the support worker used restrictive practice methods upon a service user.

Obviously, there is a pattern running through Autism Initiatives – the difference is that Northern Ireland Social Care supported the client and took action against the support worker, unlike Liverpool City Council who turned their back on the Mainman

notice of the decision by NISC

Autism Initiatives has no sense of caring if they did they wouldn’t have treated the Mainman as they did.

……. and when the system tries to grind you down – just say …….fuck this shit…… 

Solidarity is Power

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The Mammy and the Mainman – he makes me so proud ……..  simply the best……










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