Monday, March 8, 2021

Covid-19: Keir Starmer on 100,000 deaths in UK

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Sir Keir Starmer said 100,000 Covid deaths in the UK was “twice the number we lost in the Blitz”.

After confirmation of the death toll reaching six figures on Tuesday afternoon, the Labour leader called it a “milestone nobody wanted to hit”.

Read more:PM gives update as UK deaths exceed 100,000

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