In defence of the ‘unaccounted for’ life
Those ‘lost’ mountain marathon runners could look after themselves. Read Mick Hume in The Times (London).
Tuesday 28 October:
‘I don’t know much about fell running, but I know what I don’t like – the sensationalised scaremongering surrounding the washed-out mountain marathon in the Lake District. The overreaction revealed less about the risks facing the runners than the risk of us walking into a society where nobody is allowed to be “unaccounted for”…’
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