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Home Secretary defends local Covid approach

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Home Secretary defends local Covid approach

Home Secretary defends local Covid approach

Home Secretary Priti Patel has defended the government's localised approach to dealing with coronavirus outbreaks, despite growing calls for a national lockdown.

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