Ken added to stigma over mental health

November 2015
Evening Standard;11/20/2015, p53
IT IS possible that Ken Livingstone will have woken up yesterday feeling more sinned against than sinner. He might have apologised, but if it is true that sorry is the hardest word it would have been made a lot easier if Mr Livingstone had actually meant it.


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