Tom Dunne: How I became the Jesus of recycling

Lockdown has turned me into Patrick Bergin in Sleeping With the Enemy, says my wife. But I reckon I’m more of an adult Greta Thunberg

28th June, 2020
Tom Dunne: How I became the Jesus of recycling
Lockdown has turned me into Patrick Bergin in Sleeping With the Enemy, says my wife

“Does that look like a piece of paper to you?” Bump into me at the minute and that is the question I will most likely ask you. I have taken to prowling the house with it. “Well!” I’ll demand, holding the item under your nose: “Does it? Does that look like paper? Well? Cat got your tongue?”

Inevitably, what I’m holding is a bottle, a piece of...

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