Keir Starmer: Coronavirus restrictions ‘were not inevitable’

The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Keir Starmer: Coronavirus restrictions ‘were not inevitable'” – below is their description.

Labour leader Keir Starmer appeared in a televised address on Wednesday evening speaking to the nation. He hit out at the government’s shortcomings in dealing with the pandemic saying the latest Covid-19 restrictions ‘were not inevitable’, but a result of a ‘failure of government’. For more on this story, click here:

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