So much nonsense in that replyActually I do. Disabled people tend to have huge hearts. They know what suffering is and it hurts them to see others suffering. I'm also against direct provision - but for different reasons. Keeping people in these places for up to ten years - or even more - is a disgrace no matter what way you look at it. Given that there's a thuggish far right element loitering around these days, she is very brave to be there on her own. I commend her for that.
So much nonsense in that reply
What is your experience of people with disabilities, people with disabilities are just like anyone else, good bad and indifferent.
There is nobody keeping these people in these places, that's their Choice, if you don't know that then I can't help you.
There is zero chance anyone will go near her in a wheelchair, she knows that you know that and I know that.
You seem to be on a 24hour vigil to keep yourself the centre of attention.
The high numbers of Antifa scum with criminal records for going after children is a give away. One of the scum killed by that brave teen being an example
What experience, do you work with them in the disability or mental health sector and for how longI have a lot of experience with people who have disabilities - and I've never met more generous or kind hearted people in my life. As for there being no chance of someone in a wheelchair being attacked, these knuckledragging thugs have beaten a women on crutches and an old men in his 70s, so beating a woman in a wheelchair would be no difficulty to them.