More lies from a disability minister – this time to MPs

As soon as Esther McVey was work and pensions secretary, one of her junior minister  told lies to MPs. Not that parliamentarians call it telling lies. In their terms, disabilities minister Sarah Newton misled the house of commons. Now, Department of Work and Pensions officials are making excuses. A DWP spokeswoman told Disability News Service … Continue reading More lies from a disability minister – this time to MPs

ESA New Compulsory ‘Conversation’ brings more Sanctions, and a Dispute over Co-design Claim

We can tell when politicians are lying because it happens whenever their lips move and words come out. We don’t like it but we know it’s true; it’s the same as a politician’s promise – worthless. But it is now spreading beyond those who are elected, and I find that extremely concerning. This time we … Continue reading ESA New Compulsory ‘Conversation’ brings more Sanctions, and a Dispute over Co-design Claim

27 years on and the curtain of lies is ripped to shreds as jury blames police for all 96 deaths at Hillsborough

April 15 1989 started off, for me, with a leisurely drive from London northwards on the M1 motorway to the midlands city of Coventry. There, on that day, my second oldest nephew as well as being my only godson, was marrying his fiancée in the city’s cathedral. After leaving the reception my then wife and … Continue reading 27 years on and the curtain of lies is ripped to shreds as jury blames police for all 96 deaths at Hillsborough