Nasty party gets nastier

Scottish Socialist Voice

UNPOPULAR CHOICE: many people left disability charity ‘Contact a Family’ when Sam Cam was made their patron UNPOPULAR CHOICE: many people left disability charity ‘Contact a Family’ when Sam Cam was made their patron

by Sandra Webster, SSP national co-spokesperson

The press is full of pictures and interviews of ordinary everyday life in Number 10. Sam and Dave posed with their family. Dave was praised for combing his daughter’s hair even though he is left handed. The emphasis was on an ordinary family with a father with an extraordinary job. Look a little closer though and the staging of the pictures was evident.

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About sandrassp

I am the mum to two sons who both live with autism. I am an ambassador for NAS Scotland and co-spokesperson of the Scottish Socialist Party. I am passionate about my politics both upper and Lower key, the arts in general and like to comment on everything that shapes my landscape. I am a mature student and have begun to dabble my toes into writing. I blog about family life and my day to day experiences. My philosophy is Up and At them and Always with a smile on my face.
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