Jennie Sibley's blog
I first met Tony in about 1966 or 1967 when he came to talk to a group of students at Goldsmiths’ College in London about Poverty in Britain and the CPAG shortly after the inception of CPAG. On completing my degree I went to teach in Oxford and came to know Tony when I joined the Oxford branch of the Child Poverty Action Group. Tony had moved from being Secretary (a post now called Chief Executive) of CPAG on a national level to being probably the first welfare rights officer employed by a local authority based in Oxfordshire Children’s Department. Tony was our guide, mentor and activist in the small Committee of the Oxford CPAG of which I was Secretary.