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Starmer: Public must follow guidance on masks

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Starmer: Public must follow guidance on masks

Starmer: Public must follow guidance on masks

Labour Party Leader Sir Keir Starmer has urged the public to follow government guidance on wearing masks in retail environments but criticised the confusion around the guidance, during a visit to Milton Keynes today.

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