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Labour blames testing failure for second coronavirus wave

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Labour blames testing failure for second coronavirus wave

Labour blames testing failure for second coronavirus wave

Labour's Shadow Health Secretary Jonathan Ashworth has said a second coronavirus could have been avoided if the government "spent the summer fixing the testing regime, tracing contacts and giving support to people to isolate".

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