On Sunday evening, Prime Minister Boris Johnson addressed the nation in a pre-recorded interview and outlined a new “conditional plan” which would slowly reopen society. Yesterday, in a 50-page document, the leader of the country set out detailed guidelines for the changes to lockdown which apply from tomorrow – including advice on returning to work, outdoor exercise and visiting one member of family outside your household.
But there is still widespread confusion and Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby wanted clear concise answers from Matt Hancock MP during his appearance on This Morning about what people can and can’t do – especially when society could return to hugging one another.
Schofield began: “We, like a lot of people, were very confused by what we heard. It didn’t appear very clear at all, I know today you are trying to clarify everything.
“We are also fully aware you’ve never done this before, no one has been through this before to lock a country down and then attempt to unlock it. But do you agree that yesterday the government confused us?”
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