Michael Gove: Lockdown to last until March at earliest

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Michael Gove: Lockdown to last until March at earliest” – below is their description.

    As England enters its third lockdown, Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove said restrictions will be lifted gradually from mid-February at the very earliest.

    “By the end of March we should be able to lift some of the restrictions, but not all of them,” he said.

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