Health Secretary Challenged On Whether Dropping Of Plan B Restrictions Is a Political Move | GMB

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As Plan B restrictions are dropped, the Health Secretary is challenged about whether the decision is a political move amid the ‘party-gate’ scandal.

Broadcast on 20/01/22

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