Monthly Archives: January 2016

26/01/16 One life is one too many

    Last week we heard that Vladimir Putin probably approved London murder of ex-KGB agent Litvinenko.  Probably  You can read the full report here. Off the back of this, we hear that   ‘David Cameron considers new sanctions against Russia after … Continue reading

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21/01/16 What a fucking mess.

    This has triggery stuff throughout. Also, to cut to the chase, I’m safe, if not entirely well, lying next to Ella in a b&b near Motherwell.  My past, present and future tenses are pretty mixed up during this blog … Continue reading

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18/01/16 Save Our – yes OUR – Attendance Allowance. 

   You’ll have all seen the stories flying around the place where our older people have to make the decision between heating and eating.  You may have seen this story in The Telegraph a year ago with the devastating headline … Continue reading

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16/01/16 Fit for work?

    Name: Chris Young  Date of Birth:06/03/65 Phone: 07535035909 Email: c.mcculloughyoung@yahoo.co.uk Education Lodge Park Comprehensive School, Corby 1980 ‘O’ level English Language: C (I’d just like to say I took this a year early – I thought it was a … Continue reading

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10/01/16 Amazon UK’s ‘Suicide Watch’ T-shirts, an email to their chief executive, Christopher North. Please note, this blog contains pictures that you may find triggering. 

Mr Christopher North, Chief Executive of Amazon UK There’s clearly a gap in your Market Dear Mr North,  I’m writing in the hope that, by now, the issues surrounding the sale of some bizarrely shocking T-shirts, that have been sold … Continue reading

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03/01/16 What would you do if you were diagnosed with a mental health problem?

There’s a saying I recently stumbled across, who I’ll attribute to God knows, ‘Fear is a mile high and a mile wide, but only paper thin.’  When I was growing up in Corby, the most Scottish town south of Gretna, … Continue reading

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01/01/16 2016 is going to be Our Year

   A million followers…just imagine…whoops, sorry, wrong blog… So, here I am, still laid up with my twisted ankle. Now’s as good a time as any to let you know what’s going to be happening in the Walkamile world this … Continue reading

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