Labour leader also spent time in isolation in September when family member showed symptoms
Keir Starmer has been forced to self-isolate for a second time after a staff member in his private office tested positive for coronavirus. The Labour leader said he was advised to self-isolate this afternoon, and confirmed he was not displaying any symptoms.
“I’m pleased to say my colleague is feeling OK,” he tweeted. “I’m not showing any symptoms. But will now be working from home. Keep safe and follow the public health advice.”
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