Coronavirus: ‘Common timetable best’ to ease lockdown

The first minister believes a “four nation approach” is still the best way to ease the Covid-19 lockdown.

Mark Drakeford told a media briefing that when the time is right he believes a “common timetable” agreed between the UK’s four nations was the best way of coming out of the lockdown.

He said the restrictions, which are due for a review later this week, were being looked at constantly.

BBC News

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