Sunak: I'm extremely sorry but always acted in good faith

Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak apologises for the lockdown breaches he received a fine for from the Met Police, but stresses that he has "always" acted in good faith in what he has said to Parliament. He avoids a question as to whether he considered resigning and says he is focused on "getting on with the job".

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