Getting back to normal

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ONS found that disabled people were more likely than non-disabled people to feel life would never return to normal as the pandemic restrictions were lifted, while non-disabled people were more likely to feel life was already back to normal.

People who could afford an unexpected £850 expense (an indicative measure of financial health) were more likely than those who couldn’t, to feel that life had already returned to normal.

This and more in our Wednesday newsletter.