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'Do we really want to live in a country where ministers direct all our lives?' Sir Graham Brady on Covid, SAGE, and PM Boris Johnson

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Sir Graham Brady, MP for Altrincham and Sale West and chairman of the Conservative Party’s 1922 committee, has been more than open in his criticism of government policy throughout the pandemic thus far.

He hasn’t held back when voicing his opposition to stringent virus control measures and has repeatedly voted against what he described as ‘often pointless’ regulations since March 2020.

Now, after a more than tumultuous year for Trafford and for the whole country draws to a close, Sir Graham has shared his thoughts about the last 12 months.

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