Boris Johnson 'is a coward’ says Martin Daubney
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Unlocked host and former Brexit Party MEP Martin Daubney appeared on the Jeremy Vine Show on Channel 5 and was asked what he was looking forward to after lockdown. Martin Daubney used the question to stick it to Boris Johnson who he says is “cowering in his bunker” and is damaging the large UK hospitality industry. He urged the Government to save the UK’s economy which is dying a slow death and give reassurance to businesses that they can open quicker if needed.
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Boris Johnson announced his roadmap out of lockdown on Monday with the first lockdown measures being lifted on March 8.
Schools will reopen to all pupils and two people can meet at an outdoor public space from that date.
The rule of six will also return on March 29 and two households can meet outdoors no matter the number of people.
Additionally, outdoor sport can go ahead on March 29.
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Matt Hancock revealed in an interview with Times Radio the Government would not consider bringing reopening dates closer but would make them later if cases and deaths begin to rise.
The Health Secretary explained the Government would review each stage of reopening after five weeks to assess whether they can continue to reopen the country.
The UK is expected to fully reopen on June 21 with no restrictions put in place by law.
However, many expect masks and some social distancing may remain – but these will not be a legal requirement.
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