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Britain's Covid baby bust is bleak news

2 April 2021

4:30 PM

2 April 2021

4:30 PM

These are lean times for hospitality and retail. But at least pubs and shops have their champions, popping up on our television channels and radio stations. The squeaky wheel gets the oil, or in this case, taxpayer-funded grants. Where, though, are the voices raised for another activity – also struggling before lockdown – and now facing its own unprecedented crash.

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Colin Brazier is the author of ’Sticking Up for Siblings’ (Civitas), and a presenter with GB News


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