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mojo Posted - 27/01/2009 : 17:26:50
Hi there

I'm from the BBC and I'm researching a story about how the 'economic downturn' is affecting people with disabilities.

Have you just been made redundant?
Are you worried that you'll find it difficult to find another job?
Do you think that employers will be reluctant to take on people with disabilities in the present economic climate?

I'd be REALLY interested to hear back from anyone who has an opinion on this.

Thanks again!

Joanne Babbage
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mojo Posted - 28/01/2009 : 17:43:10
trebor - I'm sorry you feel you were treated badly by some of my colleagues. I'm also sorry that you also feel you can't trust me because of what other people did.

I am genuinely interested in hearing from anyone who wants to tell me their story.

Don't tar all journalists with the same brush please!

Thanks

Jo
trebor Posted - 28/01/2009 : 14:17:42
Again what will this program be like, you cannot expect people to trust you when ever you do something it ends up showing us as lier's cheats and on the fiddle.

Believe me not to many disabled people have much good to say about the BBC. you carried out with the help of the government a program days before a green paper was released on the welfare reforms, trust you no way.

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