The Club

The Club promote the welfare and interests of people who have had strokes and their family carers to share experiences and to take part in activities. Moreover, provide information and support to people who have had strokes, which may assist in their rehabilitation, recovery, and regaining of confidence.
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Calls for BBC’s Tim Willcox to resign over Paris interview

Calls for BBC’s Tim Willcox to resign over Paris interview

Journalist Tim Willcox sparked anger during his coverage of yesterday's rally in Paris, held in memory of the 17 victims of last week's terror attacks, including four Jewish people.

The Club

The Club

The Club

https://flic.kr/p/vaytLE | Chair-based exercises | Newham Stroke Club   The feedback from our members demonstrated an increase in mobility as well as improvements on activities for daily living and positive impact to mental health.   The Exercise improved balance, increased mobility, upper body strength, leg strength and arm strength ect.  The provision of exercise fits in with our long term plans is that LBN to finical support can benefit Newham Stroke Club members.

https://flic.kr/p/vaytLE | Chair-based exercises | Newham Stroke Club The feedback from our members demonstrated an increase in mobility as well as improvements on activities for daily living and positive impact to mental health. The Exercise improved balance, increased mobility, upper body strength, leg strength and arm strength ect. The provision of exercise fits in with our long term plans is that LBN to finical support can benefit Newham Stroke Club members.

BBC Panorama: establishment islamophobia at its worst

Not for the first time, the BBC's Panorama has been an outrider for the Islamophobia that is now so ingrained in the British establishment argues Chris Nineham

The limits of liberalism

Liberal responses to the Paris killings are fuelling a cycle from which both the right and the terrorists will gain, argues John Rees


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