In full: Matt Hancock under pressure over Christmas relaxation of Covid rules

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Health Secretary Matt Hancock faced repeated questions over whether the government would re-consider plans to relax Covid restrictions over the Christmas period.

He appeared at a Downing Street briefing alongside Professor Chris Whitty, who said the NHS may face an “extremely difficult” post-Christmas period should coronavirus cases continue to rise.

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