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Michael Gove speaks out over lifting UK coronavirus lockdown

Tamworth Herald Sunday, 29 March 2020
Michael Gove speaks out over lifting UK coronavirus lockdownGove declined to be drawn on how long the tough measures restricting people's lives would be in place for, and what stricter rules could look like.
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