Author Archives: Liam Carroll

Epilepsy Awareness Month

November marks Epilepsy Awareness Month and as someone with the condition, I feel that it is increasingly important that more people are made aware of Epilepsy and its effects. What is Epilepsy            Epilepsy is a condition that affects the brain and people who have it have a tendency to have epileptic seizures. Although many people have had a seizure at some

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The plight of hungry children shows how cruel Worcestershire’s Tory MPs are

Child food poverty has been a big issue facing the UK for a long time, but it is one that has been exacerbated due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. The efforts of footballer Marcus Rashford have been incredible and his campaign to support those families who rely on free school meals forced the Government to feed 1.3 million children during the summer

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NEC Disability Rep: A Win for Disabled Members

The 2020 Labour Party NEC* elections are the first time that the disabled members get their say in the governing body of the party with the position of disabled representative being created.  This is a monumental achievement for us disabled members as disabled people have been one of the most impacted by the last 10 years of Conservative rule. This achievement

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Wyre Forest residents protest construction of local incinerator

As people become increasingly aware of climate change and its causes and effects, largely thanks to climate activists such as Greta Thunberg and Sir David Attenborough, it seems a mistake to build yet another local incinerator. This is why ‘Wyre Forest Against Incineration’ is campaigning to stop the proposed new incinerator from being built. The proposed ‘Energy Park’ on which the incinerator will sit is due to

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Young, Vulnerable and Without Support—The Effect of Cuts on Youth Services

The cutting of funding for youth services has had a devastating impact on society. The importance of youth services is consistently overlooked by government and we are now beginning to see the consequences of their actions. As a volunteer at several youth provisions over the last four years, I have first-hand experience of these lasting impacts. Why have youth services

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