Dr Rake should live on a sink estate for a year
Commentary by Rosa Monckton
Daily Mail, Tuesday 1 December 2009
It's the hardest job in the world, but parents caring for disabled children face a shameful lack of support. And, says ROSA MONCKTON, whose daughter has Down's, it's driving some to breaking point - and even murder.
The Sunday Times, 4 October 2009
The revelation of official ineptitude over the hounding to death of Fiona Pilkington and her profoundly disabled daughter came as no shock to me, because I have met Asher Nardone and her two sons.
The Times, 13 February 2009
It is the smell that assaults you - filthy nappies, unwashed babies, rotting flesh. Then you are hit by the silence, an eerie, unnatural silence, the silence of babies who have given up hope of ever being consoled, cuddled or comforted. It is the dreadful quiet of starving, neglected, unloved children waiting to die.
Why I'm haunted by these neglected orphans that Bulgaria and the world has forgotten - 6 November 2008
Daily Mail, 6 November 2008
ROSA MONCKTON sends a heart-rending dispatch from the Bulgarian orphanages that shame Europe
Yes, it was an evil act and she deserved to be punished. So why do I feel so sorry for the mother who drowned little Naomi? - 24 September 2008
The Daily Mail, 24 September 2008
Guilty: Joanne Hill was jailed for life for drowning her four-year-old daughter Naomi in the bath because she was ashamed of her disability.