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PMQs: Boris Johnson criticised over Covid-19 test shortage

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PMQs: Boris Johnson criticised over Covid-19 test shortage

PMQs: Boris Johnson criticised over Covid-19 test shortage

Labour's deputy leader Angela Rayner has attacked government failings in the coronavirus testing system at today's PMQs, opening her statement with a "note from someone called Keir" - referring to Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer, who has been self-isolating for several days while awaiting Covid-19 test results.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson defended the system, claiming the UK tested more people per capita than any other European nation.

Report by Connerv.

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