Thanks Val ... when writing the " History of Family Carers " ... approaches to those outside our world ( CarerLand ) would consume 3 / 4 chapters ... many issues , some banded together , to all far corners of PressMediaLand and ... a couple of acknowledgements is all we can show for our endeavours ....
First show ... cart and horses ... already finalised and only now we are approached ? The Press ? Good luck , individual carers have been trying them for years ... Guardian , Social Care Network , included ... better luck with them than us ? Tabloids ? Our experience would not go down well with them...
Thanks Val ... watching anything on the BBC would be rather awkward ... no tv nor funds available to purchase a " Compulsory " tv licence. As for me " Fronting " carers ... not a good choice , my view of caring from almost the bottom of the pile in both economic and social terms would not make good ...
Hi Val .... interesting ... particularly as Panorama is involved ... some individual carers have be trying since 2004 / 2005 to involve said program to take a long hard look at the many issues facing all carers in the UK. As for partitioning carers' problems into segments , that tends to highlight i...
After a day in which we all witnessed a historical manoeuvre by the Government in the House , today's Guardian ... " Where are we now ? " https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/oct/18/the-guardian-view-on-universal-credit-losing-credit The Guardian view on universal credit: losing credit. By...
Full televised debate available online :

http://www.parliamentlive.tv/Event/Inde ... ed5d907522


Fast forward to , around , 11.05 am.
Hi Gorden ... the link is how the system deals with issues , incuded under this section " Fun and Games " which tends to be general as opposed to carer orientated. As a stand alone article , nothing whatsoever to do with carers , hence this section for it's farcical nature. The move to the News Sect...
Post match analysis ? Certainly more " Interesting " than the last Carers Day broadcast ... if one likes 0-0 draws ? Usual pats on the head allround ... couple of local constituent cases ... and very little goal mouth action. Emphasis on what the Guardian article revealed ... see very first post on ...
Some relief for many : Universal Credit helpline charges scrapped. People will no longer be charged for calling the government's Universal Credit helpline after criticism from MPs and campaigners. Welfare Secretary David Gauke said the helpline, charged at local call rates which could be up to 55p a...
Occasionly , an article covering a serious issue ( For those affected ) can also be read as somewhat farcical by the action taken to " Remedy " it : http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/homeless-people-reconnection-policies-one-way-tickets-train-bus-councils-local-authorities-cuts-a8005606...