Act for the Act – it takes less than a minute! #ActfortheAct

OK, quick blog post and quick request for your lazy Sunday evening/Monday morning/whenever you read this. The Human Rights Act is under threat, now I know very little about the law, but in my experience you don’t tend to know about the law until you need it’s protection. The Act for the Act campaign was established … More Act for the Act – it takes less than a minute! #ActfortheAct

Preventable deaths are not tragic #JusticeforLB

I’ve spent the last fortnight in Oxford live-tweeting the inquest into the death of Connor Sparrowhawk – you can learn more about Connor here: You can learn about the campaign at JusticeforLB website and you can read the inquest happenings over on twitter @LBinquest. At some stage I’ll write about the inquest process, the amazingly … More Preventable deaths are not tragic #JusticeforLB

A winning smile? #Wimbledon #everydaysexism

Today Garbiñe Muguruza, finalist at Wimbledon 2015, fought a valiant fight against an ultimately supreme Serena Williams. Knocked out in the 1st round at Wimbledon last year, undeterred Muguruza returned and showed a tenacity and resolve you don’t see every day. Serena Williams, on course for the Grand Slam, was always the hot favourite but anyone watching … More A winning smile? #Wimbledon #everydaysexism

Secrecy, transparency, purdah and the illusion of candour #ADASSspring #JusticeforLB

Earlier this week Sara posted a blog post titled State agents and lives on hold. In it she updates on the tiresome slog to get accountability and answers around her son’s preventable death, in an ATU. LB drowned in the bath, something an independent report found to be entirely preventable, fourteen months ago. Still no accountability … More Secrecy, transparency, purdah and the illusion of candour #ADASSspring #JusticeforLB