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Boris Johnson planning 'backdoor lockdown' if coronavirus spreads

Hull Daily Mail Wednesday, 16 September 2020 ()
Boris Johnson planning 'backdoor lockdown' if coronavirus spreadsThe Prime Minister is drawing up plans for what to do if the Second Wave keeps coming.
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