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Brexit in a Time of Covid-19

Patrick Diamond, Associate Professor of Public Policy, Queen Mary University of London

09-Apr-20 08:45

Brexit in a Time of Covid-19

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is the first global leader to be hospitalised after contracting Covid-19, giving rise to questions over how effective the UK government will be while its leader is indisposed. For insight on how the UK has been handling the pandemic, we speak to Patrick Diamond, Associate Professor of Public Policy at the Queen Mary University of London, about Downing Street's response, economic mitigation, and Brexit.


Produced by: Shazana Mokhtar

Presented by: Wong Shou Ning, Lyn Mak


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