“The immediate threat will pass”

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“Not having to get up and prepare for work pre-dawn, I’ve been able to focus on early morning walks and running with my partner, discovering new routes and a fresh perspective on Luton.

In Luton Palestine Solidarity Campaign our committee has taken to using video-conferencing for meetings.

[If you had to sum up how you feel about the current situation in a few words, what would you say?]

The immediate threat will pass, and I hope it has given us time to reflect and work more collaboratively for communally beneficial aims in the future.”

Markus Keaney

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