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PM could face struggle as Labour and SNP withold support for 'confusing' COVID passports plan

Sky News Wednesday, 7 April 2021 ()
PM could face struggle as Labour and SNP withold support for 'confusing' COVID passports planOpposition parties are withholding their support for the government's domestic COVID passports plan in a warning that Boris Johnson could struggle to get his proposals through the House of Commons.
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News video: Government has ‘no real plan’ on Covid passports

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Sir Keir Starmer says the Labour Party does “not support the government’s plans in their current form” in relation to the introduction of Covid vaccine passports. The Labour leader said he fears it will be “another example of the government with a plan that doesn’t work costing lots of...

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