Britons today are stocking up clothes and homeware, getting ready for their last night out and squeezing in a final gym session as the UK nosedives into a second lockdown. Today will be the ‘last hurrah’ for millions of Brits who, from midnight, will find their freedoms curtailed as they are told to remain indoors under draconian measures for the next four weeks. The shutters will come down on pubs, restaurants and non-essential stores by the end of the day, signalling the start of yet more swingeing restrictions. Today hordes of shoppers have been seen queuing outside retail stores including Primark and Ikea up and down the high streets, while eager revellers are already getting the rounds in at Wetherspoons. And gym bunnies are hitting the treadmills and weights rack for one last session before they are forced back into home workouts for the next month. There were huge queues outside the Primark store in Sunderland this morning Members of the public queuing at IKEA in Greenwich in south east London this morning Scores of eager shoppers queued outside Primark in Newcastle city centre this morning The line began to form at around 7am and snaked around the corner of… Read full this story
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