‘Sorry, it’s all chaos right here. We’ve acquired the builders in, so I’m hiding in Freddie’s room,” says Tracey Crouch, explaining the wall patterned with sandcastles and blue seashore huts behind her. Her son Freddie, four, is in school; his bed room is one of the best working-from-home refuge from the sawing and fumes for the Conservative MP for Chatham and Aylesford.
Crouch, 45, seems unfazed by the home disarray at her Kent residence — however then her lockdown has thrown extra at her than most. In June she found she had stage 2B breast most cancers. Two operations later and now present process chemotherapy, she is bald, clad in a yellow jumper — and cheerful.
“I’ve a most cancers that’s extremely nicely researched, the remedy is phenomenal and outcomes