2020 will be remembered for all the wrong reasons, but with light at end of the tunnel in battle against coronavirus, Claire McNeilly wonders if things can ever be the same again
The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there. It may be the immortal first line to L P Hartley’s 1953 novel The Go-Between, but never has it felt so relevant.
For 2020 is the year when our lives were completely altered.
Amid assumptions that nothing will ever be the same again, there are assertions that we will eventually fall back into our old routines.