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#42Days A #HungerStrike in protest against #UniversalCredit Day 42

This is it folks…this is the big one…the last day of the hunger strike. You know all the whys and wherefores behind it – and together we’ve made a bit of a noise – and I can’t thank you enough … Continue reading

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#42Days A #HungerStrke in protest against #UniversalCredit Day 4

Hi folks – instead of the usual blog today, I’m attaching my Video Blog for your perusal. Comments welcome in the usual way.  Walk a Mile Chris

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03/11/17 #42Days A Hunger Strike Day 3

Just to recap – I’ve decided to go on hunger strike in protest against the continued roll out of Universal Credit in the UK.  Conversations are beginning to happen… The vast majority of folk who’ve been in touch with me … Continue reading

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02/11/17 #42Days A Hunger Strike Day 2

Just to recap – I’ve decided to go on hunger strike in protest against the continued roll out of Universal Credit in the UK.  This punitive system has a built in delay of 42 days before people get any money … Continue reading

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01/11/17 #42 days – day 1

Well the first day of the campaign has gone rather well, with lots of folk making supportive, if at times, concerned rumbles. I spoke with a woman in Norway who is currently feeling the wrath of that country’s austerity cuts. … Continue reading

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31/10/17 #42Days A Hunger Strike

Tomorrow, on the first of November, I’ll be going on hunger strike for 42 days.  I’d really rather not be doing this, but it’s my aim over those 6 weeks to help me focus on the plight of the hundreds … Continue reading

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