Unexpected chances could arise in the less regulated times of the 1970s and 1980s. Former social worker Gill Levy recalls the stories of three people who gained paid work and a place in society - and what happened to them
'You might sell more books if I tidied them up,' a young woman announced. And that was my introduction to Laura Green.
With no further discussion, she carefully laid out . . .
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