Drowning in plain sight


Oh, we don’t like to be beside the seaside. It wasn’t always like this, coastal towns used to thrive on hoards of tourists flocking to the beach to lick ice creams, feed chips to seagulls, have fun on the pier and paddle in the channel. But in the 1960s the ...

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