If Channel 4 cameras had set up camp on Kingston Road a few weeks before they started capturing the action for the second series of Benefits Street they would had bagged themselves an extremely tense ‘storyline’.
Over the past few weeks we have been reaching out to the disabled spokespeople representing the main political parties, inviting them to tell our readers how they will improve services for people with disabilities if their leader wins the General Election.
Facing away from the class. Head against the wall. Arms folded behind your back. Most of us were naughty throughout our childhood, although in some cases there could be a much deeper reason for our inappropriate behaviour.
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