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Malachi O'Doherty

Don’t count on any silver linings when the Covid crisis ends in Northern Ireland

Malachi O'Doherty


We’re just as likely to give a sigh of relief that it’s finally over

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'We will come out of the pandemic to what? A renewed understanding that “we are all in this together” and that the welfare of the most vulnerable contributes to the welfare of all?'

'We will come out of the pandemic to what? A renewed understanding that “we are all in this together” and that the welfare of the most vulnerable contributes to the welfare of all?'

'We will come out of the pandemic to what? A renewed understanding that “we are all in this together” and that the welfare of the most vulnerable contributes to the welfare of all?'

The most boring thing an old man might say to me when I was young: “You don’t know you’re born. You lot have it easy.”

My father grew up in a world in which he was better off in each successive decade than in the one before it.

He had lived through two World Wars, as a small child who presumably took little notice of the first one, though psychologists say you can be influenced for life by events in those infant years.


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