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24/11/13 Mind – an open letter – or whoops, you did it again…

Dear Mind, I’m writing regarding your letter of outrage, on my behalf, to Mr Thorpe Park, regarding the misguided naming of one of their rides – ASYLUM! http://www.mind.org.uk/news-campaigns/news/thorpe-park-an-open-letter/ You told ’em, didn’t you? You reminded them that people with mental … Continue reading

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27/09/13 £25 thousand

When I was little – you know, that generic age you remember when you were all wide eyed and everything was exciting – I remember doing a number of things that would fall under the heading of ‘naughty’. In my … Continue reading

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Email to Andy Clarke, CEO of Asda UK following sales of the psychiatric patient Halloween costume

Hello Mr Clarke, I’m writing to you in the aftermath of the psycho Halloween outfit racket. I’m currently walking around the edge of the UK to highlight the experiences of people with mental health problems. I’m doing it with no … Continue reading

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