After the Pandemic, Will We Rush Back to the Status Quo?

Have we missed our chance to change things?

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Here in the UK things should, in theory, be heading back to “normal” as we inch closer to a post-pandemic country — how long has it been, a year? Two? Linear time has lost all meaning.

July 19th was the much-ballyhooed “Freedom Day” for the country when national…

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The challenges and triumphs of parenting while disabled. Email: davefox990@hotmail.com

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