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Ashworth: We could’ve avoided these restrictions

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Ashworth: We could’ve avoided these restrictions

Ashworth: We could’ve avoided these restrictions

Shadow Health Secretary, Jon Ashworth has said the new restrictions brought in by Boris Johnson could’ve been avoided.

The Labour MP urged the government to put local health experts back in control of testing.

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