‘We need to reflect on why women still do most of the childcare’

Ms Carrell’s London-based firm, which provides nannies, experienced a 150% surge in demand for its services when schools first closed last year. “Lockdown has been incredibly tough, and we’ve seen it really affect mental health of parents as it’s been relentless for them,” she says.

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