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Labour to support govt Plan B guidance despite PM actions

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Labour to support govt Plan B guidance despite PM actions

Labour to support govt Plan B guidance despite PM actions

Angela Rayner says Labour will support the government's implementation of Plan B coronavirus restrictions but criticises Boris Johnson for "undermining the measures" by denying the existence of Downing Street parties during Covid lockdown in 2020.

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