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Liam Neeson fears Covid-19 will kill the arts in his native Northern Ireland

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Liam Neeson fears Covid-19 will kill the arts in his native Northern Ireland

Liam Neeson fears Covid-19 will kill the arts in his native Northern Ireland

Liam Neeson has expressed fears the Covid-19 pandemic could kill off the arts in his home of Northern Ireland, calling recent government aid a "lifeline".


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