UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson will today map out plans that will enable the reopening of cinemas, museums, and galleries, even pubs and restaurants as well – will reopen on 4 July in a major easing of the coronavirus prompted lockdown in the UK.
As cinemas and museums await the order to reopen, Boris Johnson is also expected to map out the keenly-awaited review of the two-metre social distancing rule in parliament today 23, Tuesday, June amid the widespread belief that it will be reduced to one metre.
In other news, Japan has given Britain only six weeks to strike a post-Brexit deal. This ultimatum puts the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government under pressure to accept one of the fastest trade negotiations deals in history. “We must complete negotiations by the end of July,” Tokyo’s chief negotiator said.
So far, Downing Street has not replied to this statement as yet.