Lockdown has allowed some people who have chronic illnesses to experience more elements of ‘daily’ life than ever before. When Covid restrictions become a memory, we must all work to continue the more accessible world we created. Here is how we can achieve that.
In the second instalment, Lauren Powdrell tracks the conditions and incidents in the Napier Barracks – the accommodation in Kent that currently houses 400 asylum seekers. Hopefully, this mini-series will conclude with the closure of the inhumane site.