East Lancs Tories set to shun revolt on tiering

  Lancashire Telegraph 

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EAST Lancashire’s Conservative MPs look set to back the government’s new coronavirus restrictions despite concerns about their impact on the county. ▶ Full story on lancashiretelegraph.co.uk
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