Edwina Currie says the government’s exit lockdown strategy is not confusing and defends Boris Johnson’s new measures to get the economy going again. Piers and Susanna ask the former conservative MP about the Prime Minister’s comment to use “British common sense” when it comes to enforcing these rules.
Piers and Susanna also talk to West Yorkshire Police Federation Chairman, Brian Booth about how the police are going to enforce the new measures.
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