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Less optimistic PM hints he will delay 21 June unlocking due to 'serious, serious concern'

Sky News Saturday, 12 June 2021
Less optimistic PM hints he will delay 21 June unlocking due to 'serious, serious concern'Boris Johnson has admitted he is less optimistic about the easing of lockdown restrictions than he was last month and offered a strong hint he will delay the 21 June reopening.
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