Carer mum wins washroom war

A MUM forced to wash her disabled son at an £80-a-night hotel is to get a life-changing new bathroom — thanks to The Scottish Sun.

A MUM forced to wash her disabled son at an £80-a-night hotel is to get a life-changing new bathroom — thanks to The Scottish Sun.

June Monaghan bathed her lad Jonjo Murphy at a Premier Inn for seven months because social services refused to adapt her home.

But after we intervened this month, Glasgow City Council has pledged to fit a special shower unit in 17-year-old Jonjo’s room.

And June, 49, will get massage therapy for back pain caused by lifting her son, who has cerebral palsy.

The relieved ex-pub landlady — who also cares for brain-damaged hubby Robert, 51, at their home in the city’s Robroyston — said yesterday: “I’m very grateful to The Scottish Sun. Things are starting to happen.”

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