Silver Linings – Editorial from the July Issue
Every cloud has a silver lining. Although it may have been hard to find one a month ago, with hindsight I suspect the majority would agree lockdown could have been much worse. There’s something about a crisis that brings out the best in the British. Be it Dunkirk or the Blitz; the national psyche keeps reminding us ‘Never surrender’. Though, for many of us, this was our first national crisis, like previous generations, ours has risen to the challenge.
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