Rebecca Armstrong

Rebecca Armstrong is features editor for The Independent and i paper.

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In Sickness and in Health: The bravery in trying to remember the bad times

I would have thought that hearing about what you can't remember must be like being told what horrors you got up to while drunk

A Mini Cooper is the perfect small-car package

How this rusty driver became a van-reversing virtuoso

In Sickness and In Health: Nick moved again, further away, and so I had to get my motorway legs back

In Sickness and in Health: 'I'm really happy to be alive and to see Rebecca'

As it's my birthday, my husband has offered to take this column off my hands for a week

When your image is the only thing you can control, it's no wonder you'd get a nose piercing

In Sickness and In Health:  “You only live once,” Nick told me the other day

The takeaway firm Just Eat has announced plans to enter the Australian and New Zealand markets

I don’t mind making a meal of it when I eat with Nick

In Sickness and in Health: Sharing a meal with Nick has always been one of my favourite things to do

New rules mean individuals will no longer be allowed to register other people in their household

A political voice that really needs to be heard

In Sickness and in Health: Voting on Nick's behalf will be bittersweet

In Sickness and in Health: A night out to show I’m still Rebecca as well as a carer

My life is dominated by what has happened to Nick, but I’m still a person in my own right

When a small amount of desk space means the world

In Sickness and in Health: This weekend, after realising how much it meant to him, I helped him to get it just so

In Sickness and in Health: The missing S, assorted other letters, and so to bed…

Here's the final part of my post-accident alphabet

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Residents just want water and power in a city chosen to be a ‘smart’ metropolis

The Indian Government has launched an ambitious plan to transform 100 of its crumbling cities
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Films of Macbeth don’t always end well - just ask Orson Welles... and Keith Chegwin
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Nick Bollettieri's Wimbledon files

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There is more than a shiny trophy to be won by England’s World Cup women

The success of the decidedly non-famous females wearing the Three Lions could do wonders for a ‘man’s game’ riddled with cynicism and greed
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'Iron Man' augmented reality technology could become reality

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