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Labour: Government should explain why they ignored advice

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Labour: Government should explain why they ignored advice

Labour: Government should explain why they ignored advice

Labour's Shadow Health Secretary Jonathan Ashworth has said ministers "need to explain" why they "rejected" the advice of their own scientists after documents revealed Prime Minister Boris Johnson ignored a recommendation from SAGE for a "circuit-breaker" lockdown.

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