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An MP who claimed a care home sacked her for speaking out about a shortage of personal protective equipment says the dispute has been resolved amicably.

Nadia Whittome, Labour MP for Nottingham East, returned to work at Lark Hill retirement village to help with the coronavirus outbreak.

But in May she said she was accused of “spreading misinformation” on BBC’s Newsnight and told not to return.

ExtraCare, which runs the home, said all issues had now been resolved.

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The dispute arose when the politician told Newsnight she saw masks being rationed and visors being

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