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Sky News published this video item, entitled “Kay Burley: Tory reaction to Lib Dem win, DUP revolt, Rape review, Euro 2020 & Mark Drakeford” – below is their description.
On your Kay Burley breakfast menu:
– Kit Malthouse gives his reaction to the Tories losing a by-election to the Lib Dems
– What next for the DUP as their new leader resigns only days into the job
– Reaction to the Rape Review which finds thousands of victims “are being failed”
– First Minister of Wales Mark Drakeford on the delay of lockdown easing
– All eyes on Wembley for England v ScotlandSky News YouTube Channel
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