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Labour leader criticises 'poor Government communication' over localised Covid-19 restrictions

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Labour leader criticises 'poor Government communication' over localised Covid-19 restrictions

Labour leader criticises 'poor Government communication' over localised Covid-19 restrictions

On a visit to Peterborough, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer said the Governmenthad made the right decision to implement localised coronavirus restrictions,but criticised "poor communication" to get the message across.


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