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Boris Johnson says he was not indecisive at start of Covid pandemic

Ex-PM in written evidence to Covid inquiry admits being torn over first lockdown due to the economic harm it would cause the UK

Boris Johnson has defended himself against accusations of indecision during the pandemic, telling the Covid inquiry in evidence that it was his duty to consider whether lockdown did more harm than good.

In his written submission to the inquiry, Johnson explains how torn he was in March 2020 about forcing people to stay at home to save lives.

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