Things aren’t going well for Chris Grayling, the secretary of state for justice. His ‘Spartan’ prisons policy and sacking of hundreds of warders coincided with a rise in violent disorder and suicides in jails. In September a High Court judge described his actions on legal aid as so . . .
Markets are amoral. If a severely disabled person cannot produce more than the minimum wage’s worth of work, no employer will be able to profitably employ them. Some generous ones…
This is the way forward as shown in America. http://www.extraordinaryventures.org/ And per the answer to an email I sent to them questioning what PEOPLE with a disability are paid "Employees wages are varied depending on the job, but most start out at North Carolina's minimum wage, $7.25. Supervisors get paid more, up to $9.00/hour". And so it should be!
Barnardo’s has been accused of victim blaming after a letter written in 1993 by a project worker claimed a teenage girl could have “avoided” being sexually assaulted if she had behaved more responsibly.
The Conservative peer has been allowed to remain in his job after apologising for saying disabled people are not worth the minimum wage, but Labour will table a motion of no confidence to be voted on later this month
First the Government failed to include a Forests Bill in its legislative programme, writes Owen Adams. Next, campaigners spotted that the Infrastructure Bill enables a wholesale selloff of public lands. Just how safe are Britain's public lands and forests?