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Matt Hancock struggled to keep himself composed this week as he faced a barrage of complaints from MPs from both sides of the house, who say their constituents are struggling to find anywhere that will give them a Covid test.
With schools reopening and calls to head back to the office increasing, how can the government fix this almighty mess?
On Monday, the internal market bill, described by the government as a key element of Brexit legislation, was passed in the Commons. Dublin is angry.,Westminster is ploughing on, and Northern Ireland – like it has been so many times before – is stuck in the middle. To discuss how Stormont should respond, Jessica chats to Rory Carroll, the Guardian’s Ireland correspondent, and Prof Katy Hayward, a senior fellow at UK in a Changing Europe, based at Queen’s University Belfast.
Plus, as we continue to hear the eye-watering amounts of money the government is spending to combat the pandemic, Rajeev Syal speaks to the new auditor and comptroller general of the National Audit Office, Gareth Davies.
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