In full: Boris Johnson answers questions at PMQs as UK death toll passes 100,000

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “In full: Boris Johnson answers questions at PMQs as UK death toll passes 100,000” – below is their description.

    The Prime Minister takes MPs questions at #PMQs on Wednesday as the UK’s death toll passed 100,000.

    Boris #Johnson is facing pressure to reveal a path out of lockdown.

    Speaking last night the Prime Minister said: “What I will be doing in the course of the next few days and weeks is setting out in more detail as soon as we can, when and how we want to reopen things again”.

    Keep up with the latest here: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2021/01/27/news-quarantine-hotels-schools-priti-patel-boris-johnson-lockdown/

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