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Robbie Savage questions Matt Hancock over mental health impact of football ban

Daily Star Thursday, 21 May 2020
Robbie Savage questions Matt Hancock over mental health impact of football banFormer Wales and Manchester United midfielder Robbie Savage put a question to Secretary of State Matt Hancock and Chief Medical Officer for England Chris Whitty on Thursday as part of the UK government’s daily briefing
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