Business Secretary Responds To Lockdown Concerns As Covid-19 Cases Rise | Good Morning Britain

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Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng says the government ‘are looking at the situation in real time’.

The NHS confederation has warned Britain must immediately enforce ‘plan B’ to avoid a ‘winter crisis’.

Broadcast on 20/10/21

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