Keir Starmer says anti-vax campaigns and misinformation ‘will cost lives’

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    Keir Starmer said he would back England’s new national lockdown. On Tuesday, the Labour leader told Good Morning Britain: “We have to deal with anti-vax campaigns because they will cost lives.” Starmer said he was prepared to work with the government to pass emergency legislation to deal with the anti-vax campaigns

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