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Thursday 19 August 2010

Season tickets for football clubs and prostitutes in Holland - some of the things newspapers claim disabled people are using taxpayers' money for, under new rules on how their personal care is funded. So what do the rules say and are they being abused?

We have more details on the collapse of Kiss Flights.

And there'll be no photos and dedications at Tony Blair's book signing. Winifred speaks to the author Philip Pullman about what it's like at the sharp end.


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  • Personalised Care

    What should disabled people be able to pay for using taxpayers' money in order to ‘have a life’?. Is it acceptable to pay for sex, a holiday, or even a season ticket?

  • Book Signings

    There'll be no photos and dedications at Tony Blair's book signing so what should we expect from such an event? The author, Philip Pullman, tells us what it's like at the sharp end.

  • Kiss Flights

    More details on the fallout from the failed holiday company Kiss Flights.



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