Jane was a guest at a reception held by Samantha Cameron at 10 Downing Street for the Dame Hannah Rogers' Trust. All guests were given a copy of her book and Daily Telegraph journalist John Bingham, social and religious affairs editorquoted it as ''Incredibly moving and startlingly open and honest.'
BIRMINGHAM POST & BIRMINGHAM MAIL 28 September 2012
Standing Up for James featured in Birmingham Post and Birmingham Mail and subsequently in the Sunday Mercury.
BBC MIDLANDS TODAY 19 October 2012
Jane was interviewed on Midlands Today about the failure of Birmingham Children's Social care to pass yet another Ofsted inspection.
DAILY MAIL YOU MAGAZINE 4 December 2012
Jane and James featured in the Daily Mail's You magazine in an article about Dame Hannah Rogers' Trust.
THE GUARDIAN 15 January 2013
Standing Up for James was featured in The Guardian in an article by Amelia Gentleman
THE INDEPENDENT 12 February 2013
Standing Up for James was referred to in an article about premature babies in The Independent.
BBC BREAKFAST 13 February 2013
Jane was interviewed on BBC Breakfast following an appeal by Mencap charity over the lack of respite for parents and carers of disabled people.
DAILY MAIL 15 March 2013
A feature on Jane appeared in the Daily Mail. It purported to be written by Jane, but had not been written by her. She had been asked permission to reproduce sections of her book and the resulting article had been read down the phone to her but she had not been allowed to see a written version. She had not been told what the headline would be, nor that it would bear her name.
The article was entitled 'Would you give up your disabled son to allow your other children a chance of happiness? Despite agonies of guilt, Jane says it's the best decision she ever made'.Jane has never said those words, nor would she ever say them.
The Daily Mail has apologised to Jane.
LBC RADIO NICK FERRARI 15 March 2013
Following the publication of the Daily Mail article, Jane is interviewed live by Nick Ferrari of London station LBC Radio, commonly known as 'The man that politicians fear'. She is subject to 11 minutes of intense cross examination on air about the fact that James no longer lives at home.
ITV LORRAINE 26 March 2013
Jane is a guest of ITV Lorraine talking about the difficulties of caring for a disabled child at home.
SUNDAY TELEGRAPH 27 April 2014
was asked to write an article for the Sunday Telegraph,
following the tragic case of Tania Lawrence, who suffocated three of her young
children. They all had spinal muscular atrophy, required 24 hour care and were