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Workers not allowed to be at work ‘until Wednesday’ says Raab

by LLB Reporter
11th May 20 12:18 pm

The Prime Minister was so vague over his address to the nation on Sunday over the message of “back to work for some” workers have ended the lockdown and returned back to work.

Workers were only supposed to return on back to work from Wednesday, said Dominic Raab on Monday.

London’s Tube network was heaving this morning with many commuters saying there is no social distancing as they were packed.

Busses were busy with people and traffic on the roads saw bumper to bumper queues across the capital.

The confusion was caused as Boris Johnson said people should “now” be “actively encouraged” to go back to work, from Wednesday.

Speaking to Sky News the Foreign Secretary said the government wants construction and manufacturing to go back to work, which will start on “Wednesday.”

From Wednesday people in England will be allowed an unlimited time of exercise outside and will be allowed to travel by car.

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