Dominic Raab says ‘we’re not done yet’ as coronavirus lockdown set to be extended

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  • The Government has extended the UK-wide lockdown, Dominic Raab has announced, as he declared: “We’re not done yet.”

    Speaking at a Downing Street press conference, Mr Raab said people might be wondering when restrictions would be lifted, with a sunny bank holiday weekend approaching.

    “Thank you for your sacrifice, but also, we’re not done yet,” he said.

    “We must keep going.”

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