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Jenrick: Government will not review fines for parents

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Jenrick: Government will not review fines for parents

Jenrick: Government will not review fines for parents

Housing secretary Robert Jenrick says the government will not undertake a formal review of fines issued to parents who breached lockdown restrictions whilst trying to arrange childcare.

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