British PM says lockdown could last until end of March in places

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told lawmakers on Wednesday that England’s lockdown could last until the end of March in some places, hours after saying it would end six weeks earlier. Johnson told Britain’s lower house of parliament, the House of Commons, ahead of a vote to approve a full lockdown in England that the legislation allows for the toughest measures to stay in place until March 31 if necessary. His comments come less than 24 hours after he told a press briefing that the nationwide measures would be reviewed in mid-February. Johnson said the change of date was because the draf…

Read More

HEDGE accordingly