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Lockdown lacuna

I am one of the lucky ones. The lockdown has hardly affected me. What ‘work’ I do is from home anyway, I rarely go out (save for a daily walk), I don’t have holidays, and ‘social distancing’ comes naturally to me. Okay, I haven’t set foot inside a shop since March, but that’s a ‘pleasure’ I can easily live without, thanks to the nice Mr Bezos and his army of minions at Amazon.

No, I am not going to bore you with another one of those ‘my life in lockdown’ posts. I merely wanted to point out one effect the lockdown has had upon me.

For the last fourteen-odd years I have regularly written, either here or elsewhere, about the latest happenings in the world of family law, including news, speeches, legislation and, above all, cases. When I ‘re-opened’ this blog back in February I had intended to keep it regularly updated (well, at least once a week) with posts about family law things that interested me.

And for a time it all went swimmingly (with more than a little help (and not for the fi…

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