What Covid-19 Has Shown About Choice

When we know little about a situation, we desire clarity and direction, not freedom and choice.

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I — like most — have had a lot of time to think recently.

As an asthma sufferer with vulnerable family members, I made the decision, with great difficulty and regret, to withdraw into quarantine a week before it was…

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Political and policy analysis | Operations Director, politika.org.uk | Student, University of Oxford | twitter.com/dave_olsen16

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Political and policy analysis | Operations Director, politika.org.uk | Student, University of Oxford | twitter.com/dave_olsen16

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