Articles by In My Shoes
In My Shoes reflects on being unemployed, being homeless and being made to feel like a second-class citizen. In My Shoes involves a range of contributors including In My Shoes who is the founding author, Ready Ready, Pen to Paper and Way of Life.
What people really think of those on benefit
This post was originally published on Tuesday 8th January 2013 on In My Shoes. There is a vote in the House of Commons today on whether to cap benefits to a 1% rise only, for the next three years. The Tories have been queueing up to get themselves on any media platform they can so […]