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Ex-PM Johnson leaves public inquiry into Covid-19 pandemic after hearing

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Boris Johnson leaves a public inquiry into his handling of the Covid-19 pandemic after attending the first of two gruelling days in the witness box. The former British prime minister apologised for "the pain and the loss and the suffering" caused by the pandemic but defended his government. Johnson has faced a barrage of criticism from former aides for alleged indecisiveness and a lack of scientific understanding during the crisis. IMAGES

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