Nicky Clark

Nicky Clark is a disability rights campaigner and freelance writer.

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Winterbourne View: As carers, sometimes we reach breaking point. Please don't make a difficult decision even harder

Society shouldn't judge all carers as abandoners and all care workers as predators.

Ed Balls explains his economic plans

The way Ed Balls's stutter was treated in the Commons points to a familiar compassion deficit

This behaviour shames the home of our democracy

For decades, the likes of Newsnight and Panorama have been bywords for exceptional journalism

So let's hear from defenders of the BBC - and not just opponents

Danny Baker's live on air rant at BBC bosses shows their attitude to age isn't changing

After finding out his radio show was to be axed, Danny Baker criticised BBC bosses and called them 'weasels' on air yesterday.

The cruel are finally punished: Six care workers jailed on charges of shocking patient abuse at Winterbourne View

The Panorama footage of care workers abusing patients showed physical abuse and threats.

Why did the BBC use real footage of disabled people being tortured in a trailer?

The original Panorama investigation was brave, honest, and crucial. How disappointing then to see such serious material replayed in a cheap advert

Enough is enough. Disabled people are driven to suicide because of the Government's welfare reform

As a survey reveals that disabled patients have been driven to suicide due to the Government's fitness to work test, it's time to fight back.

If only Top Gear and the BBC had the guts to tell Jeremy Clarkson to stop talking for once

As it's been ruled that the presenter's remark that a car looked like 'person with facial growths' breached Corporation's guidelines, and he's compromising their values.

We shouldn't be ashamed to admit when we're being bullied online

Cyberbullying is just as hurtful as face-to-face bullying, and it needs to be taken seriously.

Nicky Clark: Being offended by rape jokes doesn’t mean lacking a sense of humour

There has been a spate of celebrities defending rape jokes to the world and their fan base on Twitter recently.

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Whoever takes over as ECB director of cricket, says Stephen Brenkley
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Fishing is on Nigel Farage's mind

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Robert Fisk untangles the countries and factions
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The man known as GOD has a reputation for getting the job done

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Bread from heaven

Dutch survivors thank RAF for World War II drop that saved millions
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