Sky News Breakfast with Kay Burley: Matt Hancock faces tough questions

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Sky News published this video item, entitled “Sky News Breakfast with Kay Burley: Matt Hancock faces tough questions” – below is their description.

On Sky News Breakfast with Kay:

– the Health Secretary faces tough questions from Kay;

– are children from white, working class backgrounds being left behind?;

– and former F1 champion Jenson Button tells looks back on his most iconic moments in the sport.

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