Sky News Breakfast: Health Secretary says “it’s our duty” to make sure patients are safe

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On Sky News Breakfast with Kay Burley on Wednesday, November 10:

– Kay speaks at length to the Health Secretary Sajid Javid as he announces compulsory COVID vaccinations for NHS staff;

– Prince Harry claims he warned the boss of Twitter ahead of the storming of the US Capitol building;

– and in south India, Chennai prepares for yet more rain and flooding.

Plus the day’s headlines and news-making interviews.

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