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Matt Hancock opening statement in the debate for easing Covid restrictions

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Matt Hancock opening statement in the debate for easing Covid restrictions

Matt Hancock opening statement in the debate for easing Covid restrictions

Health Secretary Matt Hancock, opening the debate on regulations to delay the easing of restrictions, told MPs: “Unfortunately there has been a significant change since we started on our journey down the road map in February.


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