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All you need to know from the Government's coronavirus briefing

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All you need to know from the Government's coronavirus briefing

All you need to know from the Government's coronavirus briefing

Home Secretary Priti Patel announced that individuals attending house partieswill be fined a minimum of £800 from next week during the Government'sCovid-19 briefing.


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