Colin Brazier: ‘We must get off our backsides and start doing things again’

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‘Freedom Day has put more bums on seats in pubs, and possibly on pews in churches. But we are still considerably below pre-Covid levels.’

Colin Brazier says ‘first, we remember how we did things before Covid. Second, we get off our backsides and start doing them again’ if we are to return to pre-Covid habits.

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