With living space, gardens and local area dictating our day-to-day happiness, the wealth gap has never been more glaring. Our experiences of the lockdown are shaped by class. How can they not be, when the rich have escaped to second homes, when bus drivers and nurses are dying on their jobs, and when our ability to tolerate large amounts of time at home or to properly self-isolate is determined by how much space we have at our disposal?
Lockdown Britain is a nation riven by Victorian class divides
The Guardian Lynsey Hanley