Category Archives: government

22/11/17 The first (and five star) review on Amazon of My book!

Honesty ByAdrian Baileyon 21 November 2017 Verified Purchase Not a literary masterpiece, but that’s the last thing it sets out to be. Its value is not in how it is written but in what it says. Be assured, though, although … Continue reading

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19/11/17 I need your help. Yes YOU!

The ‘All in the Mind’ awards If you’ve felt touched or supported by any of the following, please nominate me for this award. The coastal walk; the #LetsWalkAMile events around Scotland; any of our training sessions; personal support/ advice; practical … Continue reading

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15/11/17 Walk a Mile: Tales of a Wandering Loon – Press Release with links to order/ preorder the 📚

Walk a Mile: Tales of a Wandering Loon Chris Young paperback, £11.99, published 28 November 2017 by Trigger Press Walk a Mile: Tales of a Wandering Loon is the story of how one man’s normal, nurturing childhood turned into one … Continue reading

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14/11/17 Walk a Mile: Tales of a Wandering Loon – Press Release

Walk a Mile: Tales of a Wandering Loon Chris Young paperback, £11.99, published 28 November 2017 by Trigger Press Walk a Mile: Tales of a Wandering Loon is the story of how one man’s normal, nurturing childhood turned into one … Continue reading

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#42Days A #HungerStrke in protest against #UniversalCredit Day 13

I thought I’d start today’s blog with this – people who claim benefits aren’t other people – they’re not scroungers and skivers – it’s that government and media rhetoric that has likely led to £billions being left unclaimed each year … Continue reading

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#42Days A #HungerStrke in protest against #UniversalCredit Day 8

On Monday, I went down to the Houses of Parliament to support the fine people of the Shaw Mind foundation and Heads Together as we watched a debate on whether mental health education should be made mandatory in schools.  They … Continue reading

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07/11/17 Yesterday’s Parliamentary debate on whether mental health education should be mandatory in schools

Yesterday I bowled down to the Houses of Parliament, along with a number of other mental health enthusiasts, to watch the debate on whether mental health education should be mandatory in schools.  This debate was triggered by the fine folk … Continue reading

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