What could happen in a London lockdown? LIKELY RESTRICTIONS Tougher advice on ‘social distancing’, urging everyone to stay at home unless absolutely essential; Asking shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs and bars to close to minimise the risk of people gathering;Scaling back transport services while leaving enough capacity for unavoidable journeys and key workers to reach hospitals and other duties; NOT LIKELY TO HAPPEN YET The PM’s spokesman said there is ‘zero prospect’ of train services in and out of the capital being cancelled altogether;There are ‘no plans’ to shut down the Tube and bus system within London completely;It is ‘not true’ that households will be told only one person can go outside;Sources have dismissed the idea that people will have to prove they are a key worker to leave their home; Contingency plans for police to guard shops and helicopters to airdrop food are not expected to be triggered at this stage in the unfolding crisis; The military is not expected to patrol the streets as keeping order is still the responsibility of the police. Boris Johnson today insisted Britain can ‘turn the tide’ on coronavirus within 12 weeks – but issued a stark plea for Londoners to be stricter in obeying the advice on ‘social isolation’…. Read full this story
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