Lockdown has already been loosened for cleaners and nannies as Boris Johnson prepares to unveil his coronavirus ‘exit strategy’ on Sunday amid signs the UK’s united front is crumbling. Guidance slipped out earlier this week states that domestic helpers ‘can continue work’ in people’s homes, ‘providing that you are well and have no symptoms’. It also confirms that tradespeople can carry out maintenance. Although Downing Street has been frantically playing down the scale of the changes, Mr Johnson is also set to go further when he addresses the nation by dropping the ‘stay at home’ slogan that many believe has been too successful in bringing the economy grinding to a halt. He is also likely to emulate steps announced by Wales today, where limits on outdoor exercise are being dropped, and plans made for garden centres and libraries to reopen. But there are growing signs of divisions in the UK’s united front, with the Welsh government insisting it has not decided schools can reopen in June – something that has been hinted at in England. Meanwhile, Nicola Sturgeon stopped short of announcing any loosening at her briefing in Edinburgh this afternoon, saying the ‘only thing’ they are looking at is permitting… Read full this story
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