Growing up, everyone has gone through some sort of fashion disaster once or twice in their life.
We do it to follow the trend of our friends, whether it’s buying enormous hoop earrings and scraping your hair back or piling on the eyeliner and wearing black all day, every day.
I’ve been there, and it’s only taken me, oh 20 years to finally understand the certain clothes that ‘fit’ my style and actually suit my body type.
Last night in the U.K, BBC1 aired a programme called Undercover Care: The Abuse Exposed. The synopsis of this programme goes as follows –
On the top floor of a special hospital, locked away from their families and friends, a group of men and women are subjected to a regime of physical assaults, systematic brutality, and torture by the very people supposed to be caring for them.
The victims are some of the most vulnerable in society – the learning disabled, the autistic, and the suicidal. In a Panorama Special, Paul Kenyon exposes the truth about a gang of carers out of control, and how the care system ignored all the warning signs.
Winterbourne View care home