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Liaison: No prospective date for Covid-19 enquiry

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Liaison: No prospective date for Covid-19 enquiry

Liaison: No prospective date for Covid-19 enquiry

Prime Minister Boris Johnson says an enquiry into the handling of the Covid-19 pandemic will occur in the future, though not at the present moment as it would not be "a good use of official time".

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