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Same difference

Channel 4 News Report On Why Not People

from Same Difference

Twitter: @samedifference1

A blog written by a physically disabled 20-something female on disability issues big and small. News, views and information for disabled people, parents and carers.


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Mini Goals for Inside Laura's Head

from Inside Laura's Head

Beauty, politics, and anything thats in my head!


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Ten Years at the BBC

from Thoroughly Good Blog

Twitter: @thoroughlygood

This blog mixes arts, culture and entertainment with reflections on current affairs, wellbeing and personal development.


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RT @RT_com: #Twiggy the water-skiing squirrel...

from What's New World !?

Latest News,Events,Opinion,Viral,Tips,Pictures and Much More.


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When Friends Forget You're Still Alive- the life of a sick person

from bottomfacedotcom

Twitter: @LuBottom

A blog about feminism and disability (plus any other subjects that grab her attention). Written satirically, with the occasional serious post when the occasion demands it.


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#10Years party in swing @thegallivant #CamberSands

from Selfish Mother

A new blogzine aimed at women who have children, but whose interests reach far further. The site is a hotbed for intelligent features.


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10 Ways to be Professional

from Jactherat - Ephemera, Lies And Chocolate

Jactherat is a collection of musings & opinions about the world, politics, life, art, writing, foolishness and dreams, not to mention chocolate, love and desire, and bits of unexpected joy.


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'Going to bed with a dictionary'

from Writer's cramp

Twitter: @barbaraspencerO

Children's author Barbara Spencer blogs


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Breville Halo+ – My Hero

from Mum's The Word

Twitter: @jaynecrammond

One woman's look at the world, family life, current affairs and anything else that she feels like getting on her soapbox about!


The Not So Big Society

Struck off as a psychotherapist, but still practising. Charles Davison responds

from The Not So Big Society

A blog written by and for those working in or using health and social care.