Fifty shades of grey
AbstractIn light of recent events in the North West, I am compelled to agree that the situation is political. We as an Association have united in support of those affected, whether pharmacy staff or patients, by the protests. However, it was easier to choose not to use our voice or participate in the correction of this unfairness. The choosing of neutrality because a certain issue does not impact one directly is similar to the grey colour which is defined as a colour that is truly unattached, neutral, impartial; a colour commonly associated with conformity, boredom and indecision.
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