Light at the end of the tunnel, as Boris Johnson announces ‘Roadmap” out of Lockdown which could mean a return to normality in 118 days
Yesterday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the “roadmap” for easing restrictions in England and finally coming out of this long winter lockdown. The long-term aim is to lift all restrictions in 118 days on the 21st of June. This will ultimately happen in four stages.
In this handy guide, we pick the main points from each stage…
Stage one – part one
8th of March
Stage one – part two
29th of March
No earlier than 12th of April
No earlier than 17th of May
No earlier than 21st of June
There will be four tests for easing restrictions and each stage will be 5 weeks apart to collect enough data before moving onto the next.
Connect with us
View by date
Meeting friends and family outside is even better with a good quality vino With up to six people able to meet in back gardens and outdoors, and the weather slowly warming up, it’s a perfect time for picnics and BBQs at home (in your back garden) and out and about. So let’s have a …Read more...
The average price of a UK home is at record high levels In March, the average price of a UK home jumped a further 1.1% to a record high of £254,606 as government measures to support the market continue to drive interest from buyers. The data from Halifax shows that since March 2020, house …Read more...
Stand out from the crowd with the latest kitchen aids It is an inescapable fact that the kitchen is the heart of the home. More than just a collection of units, it is the place where memories are forged and culinary disasters are celebrated as much as the triumphs; It is also a place …Read more...
Stage two of the lifting of lockdown starts today, but what is opening? As part of the ‘Roadmap’ out of lockdown, today, the 12th of April, has been a day business owners across the country have been waiting for. Not just business owners though with gyms, outside pubs and restaurants, libraries, hairdressers and beauty …Read more...