People's 🌦 Politics & stigma experiences
Lexie G
12 July 2021
I am not looking forward to job centres reopening. In my experience they're nothing short of useless and a source of extra embarrassment...
🗳 Benefits
🌦 Politics & stigma
🍳 Getting by
Aurora T
12 July 2021
I’m quite apprehensive about the job centres reopening. Always feel an almost sense of doom...
🗳 Benefits
🚧 Work
🌦 Politics & stigma
David P
27 July 2021
I think that would be really hard, especially the moon with TVs and everything, even though we're now out of lockdown things don't feel like they changed and I think it's really nice that we've got people, you know, footballers that are back in our children and the government backing down and didn't s the voucher provision, which is a great help to our families...
🌦 Politics & stigma
🍞 Food / food banks
Lois N
22 July 2021
Soros. Freedom day is not Freedom Day...
🕰 Lockdown, rules, and social distancing
🌦 Politics & stigma
Lois N
13 July 2021
Hi, thanks for the question. I really love the journal...
🗳 Benefits
🌦 Politics & stigma
Lexie G
27 July 2021
The removal of the £20 uplift will mean I will have to chose between heating my home and myself and my husband eating. The removal of £20 may not seem a lot to people in government who see it as pocket change but to us as a family it really does mean choosing between heating and eating...
🗳 Benefits
🌦 Politics & stigma
🍳 Getting by
💸 Money + debt
Georgie O
26 March 2021
Hi, what about the new budget ideas of extending the 20-pound uplift one over six months is? But dubious is we're getting out of pay money that you kind of owe people had a five-year sort of benefit freeze unless you can argue about quite a lot of help during covid and many people haven't which is something that needs to be addressed...
🗳 Benefits
🌦 Politics & stigma
💸 Money + debt
Teddy W
19 March 2021
Hi, Mel, what I would like to ask the politicians is would they live? The life we live today like to walk in our shoes for another day, but a month take nothing with them and live in our shoes for one whole month in November maybe when it's dark and cold and Fierce and Christmas...
🌦 Politics & stigma
David P
10 March 2021
Hi talking about Universal Credit uplift the 20 pound a month for six months. I don't feel that was really good enough...
🌦 Politics & stigma
🗳 Benefits
Lexie G
28 July 2021
COVID realities has meant the world to me during what has been an incredibly difficult year. COVID realities has helped my mental health in an insurmountable way and at times literally kept me sane, it has given me a place to express my worries and woes but it has also given me a place to share my little victories and has given me a purpose, I have become part of something for the better I have become a voice in the fight for justice, fairness and food equality...
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