Covid: ‘If we don’t do something dramatic now we will pay for it later’ says Nigel Nelson

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‘We’re not doing very well, and if we don’t do something dramatic now we will pay for it later. It will cost an awful lot more than £18 billion’

Political Editor at the Sunday Mirror, Nigel Nelson encourages the implementation of Plan B Covid measures from the government.

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