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Care homes crisis, 'regrets' over WHO, and Cummings fallout: Key moments from Hancock evidence

Sky News Thursday, 10 June 2021 ()
Care homes crisis, 'regrets' over WHO, and Cummings fallout: Key moments from Hancock evidenceNo lies were told to the prime minister over the COVID care homes crisis; a "reasonable worst-case scenario" predicted 820,000 deaths in January 2020; and Downing Street operates "better" without Dominic Cummings, Matt Hancock has said.
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Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer says that Health Secretary Matt Hancock should answer the allegations put to him by Dominic Cummings; in particular his claim that the government threw a "protective ring" around care homes. He adds that the government has received an "unprecedented rebuke" from...

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