Those of you that follow my blogs will know how proud I am of being a disabled person who is living independently. I honestly believe this is my greatest achievement so far, however, what most of you might not be aware of is the long and difficult journey I had to go on in orderContinue reading “The Road to Independence”
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EURO 2020; the good, the bad and the damn right ugly.
As the Euro 2020 tournament came to an end last weekend with England narrowly missing out on their first ever European Championship with a penalty shootout defeat against Italy we saw the positives and the negatives of English society. I wanted to explore what we have seen in the last 4 weeks and what itContinue reading “EURO 2020; the good, the bad and the damn right ugly.”
What Istanbul means to me
In life everybody talks about that one life-changing moment, a moment where time stands still, everything slows down and in that one moment, you realise your life has completely changed, whether that’s for the better or for the worst everybody has these moments in their life. For me, that moment came on the 25th ofContinue reading “What Istanbul means to me”
Trump and Boris: Two racists that are leading the free world?
If you asked Donald Trump directly whether the President of the United States is a racist he is likely to tell you that he is “the least racist person in the world.” However, a string of public attack on ethnic minority communities would suggest otherwise and with Trump coming under increased fire regarding the latestContinue reading “Trump and Boris: Two racists that are leading the free world?”