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Health secretary 'more optimistic than ever' about Britons enjoying staycations this summer

Sky News Thursday, 4 March 2021
Health secretary 'more optimistic than ever' about Britons enjoying staycations this summerHealth Secretary Matt Hancock has said he is "more optimistic than ever" that Britons will be able to enjoy staycations this summer.
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