Rebecca Armstrong

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

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Christmas 2014: 10 best gifts for animal lovers

Whether you really love your dog or know someone who does, these are best gifts for animal lovers this Christmas

In Sickness and in Health: How’s Nick? A short question with so many answers

It's impossible to describe my husband's recovery in a nutshell — where do I start?

In Sickness and in Health: Cheers to the boozer for the shandies and the succour

Earlier this year, Rebecca’s husband, Nick, was hit by a car and seriously injured. Here, in one of a series of columns, she writes about the aftermath of his accident

In Sickness and in Health: I hope that one day he’ll want his moose head again

Earlier this year, Rebecca’s husband Nick was hit by a car and seriously injured. Here, in one of a series of columns, she writes about the aftermath of his accident.

In Sickness and in Health: Nine months since the night everything changed

Earlier this year, Rebecca’s husband Nick was hit by a car and seriously injured. Here, in one of a series of columns, she writes about the aftermath of his accident.

In Sickness and in Health: A good hospital can make a world of difference

Earlier this year, Rebecca’s husband Nick was hit by a car and seriously injured. Here, in one of a series of columns, she writes about the aftermath of his accident

Parliament Hill, London: An area of open parkland in the south-east corner of Hampstead Heath, London

In Sickness and In Health: On the road, a farewell to North Circular thoughts

Earlier this year, Rebecca’s husband Nick was hit by a car and seriously injured. Here, in one of a series of columns, she writes about the aftermath of his accident

In Sickness and in Health: Fireworks can be an ordeal for a recovering brain

Earlier this year, Rebecca’s husband, Nick, was hit by a car and seriously injured. Here, in one of a series of columns, she writes about the  aftermath of his accident

In Sickness and in Health: Waking up to my 4am witching hour of worry

Earlier this year, Rebecca’s husband, Nick, was hit by a car and seriously injured. Here, in one of a series of columns, she writes about the  aftermath of his accident

In Sickness and in Health: Looking back at old me is what makes me feel ashamed, now

Earlier this year, Rebecca's husband Nick was hit by a car and seriously injured. Here, in one of a series of columns, she writes about the aftermath of his accident

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