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Boris has found a path out of lockdown – but it won’t be smooth

The route out of lockdown won’t be smooth – or fast

2 May 2020

9:00 AM

2 May 2020

9:00 AM

Ever since Boris Johnson was admitted to hospital on 5 April, the government has been in a holding pattern. No big decision could be taken without the Prime Minister, but he was in no position to make one. He is now back at work, though, and has a plan for what to do next.

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