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Joan Collins: The politics of Christmas trees

19 December 2020

9:00 AM

19 December 2020

9:00 AM

To say that the past nine months have been tough is like saying a hurricane felt like a spring shower. For many people it must have been utter hell, particularly those who own hospitality businesses. I simply cannot imagine how they could plan and manage ahead when our government refused to give anyone a clue whether either of the lockdowns was genuinely going to end.

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