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Coronavirus: Matt Hancock repeatedly refuses to accept PPE failures after being confronted by dead doctor's son

Independent Tuesday, 28 April 2020
Matt Hancock has repeatedly refused to accept "mistakes" have been made in the availability of Personal Protective Equipment, after being confronted by the son of an NHS worker who passed away after contracting coronavirus.
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