Month: March 2022

Learning the hard lessons of lockdowns must lead to four key changes in government decision-making

OVER THE PAST couple of months, there seems to have been a desire to believe that Covid isn’t over. That we can’t now live with Covid as we do with flu.  We saw this during the winter with the arrival of the Omicron variant when modellers predicted several thousand deaths a day unless we were …

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Recovery reinvigorated: restrictions will return unless we help the UK learn 

TODAY marks a new chapter in the Recovery campaign – a campaign that still has an important job to complete. We’re launching a newsletter and regular articles under the able stewardship of Brian Monteith to ensure that the lessons of the past two years are learned properly.  It’s vital because challenges like Covid-19 will return …

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Canadian truckers – the Movie!

PRINCE HARRY’S timely reminder to look after inner self, with a spot of meditating made me aware of some unprocessed rage bubbling away under the surface, triggered by very particular words. Words like ‘GoFundMe’ and ‘not passing on money raised’ and ‘intended for Canadian Truckers’. In any order really. Rage, indignation, powerlessness and helplessness all …

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