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Corbyn calls on PM to support workers through Covid-19

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Corbyn calls on PM to support workers through Covid-19

Corbyn calls on PM to support workers through Covid-19

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has called on Prime Minister Boris Johnson to provide more support to workers during the Covid-19 outbreak, highlighting how sick pay levels are below those in the rest of Europe.

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