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Sadiq Khan worried 'mixed messages' will lead to second wave

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Sadiq Khan worried 'mixed messages' will lead to second wave

Sadiq Khan worried 'mixed messages' will lead to second wave

London Mayor Sadiq Khan says he fears the Goverment's 'mixed messages' willlead to a second wave of coronavirus infections across the UK.

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