Here’s our list of ten frontline blogs we’ve particularly liked from the week of 19th August. Let us know which posts we’ve missed and which other bloggers we should be following for next week’s list.
Sue Marsh challenges the Labour Party to stand up for ordinary working people. Posted on Diary of a Benefit Scrounger.
Julijuxtaposed challenges the Labour Party to shout louder about the failings of the Coalition and what they would do instead. Posted on juxtaposed.
The Masked AMHP tells the story of a couple who typify the unintended consequences of recent welfare changes. Posted on The Masked AMHP.
Joe Halewood argues that bedroom tax decisions made so far by local authorities are flawed because councils have not taken the size of rooms into consideration. Posted on SPeye.
Jayne Linney has some questions – as yet still unanswered – for the minister for disabled people Esther McVey. Posted on Jayne Linney.
Snapper describes his experience of depression and argues that mental health problems are nothing to be embarrassed of. Posted on The Thoughts of @Canis Lupus PC.
Same Difference describes a new website and exhibition to combat stigma about disability mental health. Posted on Same Difference.
With the outsourcing of probation motoring on, Jim Brown reminds us that we’ve been here before. Posted on On Probation Blog.
In light of the recent detention of David Miranda, Paul Bernal has a warning about the slippery slope to undermining freedom. Posted on Paul Bernal’s Blog.
Joe Kirby summarises what teachers across the education blogosphere think about the current system of lesson observations. Posted on Pragmatic Education.
Mike Cameron questions the link between education standards and school exam results. Posted on Distant ramblings on the horizon.
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