to admit that there is a difficult problem that needs to be solved.
State Could Face Up to $10 Billion Shortfall as Result of COVID-19.
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We must face up to the heavy price society is going to have to pay.
We can't hide behind the bunting – let's face up to what's happened to Britain.
Argentina's creditors must face up to the coronavirus challenge.
Restaurants, hotels and gyms face up to a future of social distancing.
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Residents in UNESCO candidate site near Okinawa face up to delay in screening process.