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Death in Britain, Death in Mexico. Guest blogger Marcus Sedgwick, author of new children’s book Santa Muerte, reflects on the differing attitudes in two very different countries. 

I have always felt there’s something wrong with the way we do death in Britain. Recently I attended the funeral of a relative, having been told specifically not to wear ‘sombre’ clothes – i.e. mourning black. I don’t know if … Continue reading

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