Keir Starmer: UK Covid death toll of 100,000 a 'national tragedy'

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Published on 26 Jan 2021, 18:49
The Labour leader said passing the milestone of 100,000 UK coronavirus deaths was a 'terrible reminder of what we have lost as a country'. Noting it was twice the number killed in the Blitz, the Labour leader urged the government to 'learn the lessons of what went wrong'.

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