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Health Secretary, Andy Burnham, made a statement to the Commons on swine flu, updating MPs on how the current situation is affecting the UK.
Oral ministerial statements are made after Question Time in the Commons - or 11am on Fridays. They usually relate to questions of government policy or particular actions. At the end of a statement MPs can respond or question the government minister on its contents.
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