Coronavirus lockdown: Boris Johnson says measures could change on Monday
Boris Johnson revealed that lockdown measures could change on Monday – as he faced up against Labour boss Sir Keir Starmer at PMQs for the first time.
The PM will address the nation on Sunday with a roadmap for how to tweak the current lockdown measures, some of which may come into effect the very next day.
The PM will lay out how he hopes to get Britain back to work and school once again, giving hope to millions of people that they could see restrictions lifted.
And he admitted today that some tweaks may come into effect on Monday, though no huge plans are on the cards.
Addressing MPs and the nation this lunchtime, he confirmed he would give a speech on Sunday.
MPs had questioned why he is not going straight to the Commons to tell them first.
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