And the world said: She should never have gone to Hollywood; she should have come back to Fulham where she belonged: to the solidarity of our coronation streets, does that count for anything in Tory Britain?
I think it does and that the uncle that molested her as a child was now dead. Hammersmith, Fulham, Battersea, those old stinking streets of villains and scrap dealers slowly retreating behind a tide of yuppiedom, would they have stretched out a helping hand?
I think some sort of community still exists even in an alienated Britain whose prime minister officially declared community dead.
Against the odds, I think her family would have rallied round her.
She wanted to be buried beside her parents and her ashes came back in the post so that she could be buried there.
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