The Pit

Taken in a museum in London — Asian sculpture depicting Buddha or other saintly figure

I’ve been writing in my journal since my family and I decided to go into lockdown (and before the UK Government implemented the nationwide lockdown rules).

That was 108 days ago and during that time we’ve seen something like 65,000 excess deaths, a swathe of familiar brands have gone into administration and as of the end of last month, something like 9.3m people were on furlough in




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