Boris Johnson refuses to say whether NHS parking will be free for staff post-coronavirus pandemic

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  • Boris Johnson has not confirmed whether NHS parking will be free for staff post-coronavirus.

    He said hospital car parks are free for NHS staff for this pandemic, and pledged to “get on with our manifesto commitment to make them free for patients as well”.

    Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer challenged the prime minister on car parking fees, telling Mr Johnson he “must know this is wrong”.

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