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Former Prime Minister Boris Johnson arrives at a public inquiry where he is expected to be grilled over his government's handling of the Covid-19 pandemic. Johnson, who has faced a barrage of criticism from his former aides for his indecisiveness and a lack of scientific understanding during the pandemic, is expected to admit that he "unquestionably made mistakes" during two days at the inquiry in London. IMAGES

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