This week in YOUR FAB VALUE

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Most days at Real Peo­ple Tow­ers,

I think I’ve got the best job in the world. I love your sto­ries, all the things you get up to… Gig­gling one minute, blink­ing away tears the next.

But it’s the courage of or­di­nary peo­ple that al­ways makes the big­gest im­pact on me. And this week, we have sto­ries that I won’t for­get. th­ese women jus­tice. The word ‘brave’ doesn’t quite do can­cer, though only Ni­cola de­vel­oped an in­cur­able brain too. It was a shock, in her 20s (p6). Then she fell preg­nant, but it was also and the tim­ing must have felt all wrong, beau­ti­ful Archer, but the great­est bless­ing. Now she has and strength, she’s time is slip­ping away. And with love longer here… plan­ning for the day when she’s no the cruel vi­o­lence That day came to Judy (p32) through didn’t die be­fore of a man sup­posed to care. But she done. To give that telling the world ex­actly what he’d had to refuse the drugs tes­ti­mony, hor­rif­i­cally burnt Judy that were dim­ming her pain. Could

I have done it? I don’t think so.

Karen Bryans, Ed­i­tor (sto­ries@re­alpeo­plemag.co.uk)

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