Boris Johnson urges people to continue following ‘sensible’ lockdown rules as England opens up

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    The Prime Minister said he has “cautiously but irreversibly” enjoyed a pint as he expressed his wish for England’s lockdown to follow the same cautious, irreversible lifting.

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