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Liaison: Prime Minister defends testing infrastructure

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Liaison: Prime Minister defends testing infrastructure

Liaison: Prime Minister defends testing infrastructure

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has defended the UK's Covid-19 testing infrastructure before Liaison Committee today, as criticism was levelled at the government for access and availability issues.

Report by Blairm.

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