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Matt Hancock asked for apology by son of doctor who died after PPE warning

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Matt Hancock asked for apology by son of doctor who died after PPE warning

Matt Hancock asked for apology by son of doctor who died after PPE warning

Matt Hancock has been asked for a public apology by the son of a doctor who died after warning the Government about a lack of PPE.

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