Retail gets green light as Johnson confirms April 12 reopening plan

Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson has confirmed that non-essential retailers can open their doors on April 12 as planned.

Alongside non-essential retail, pubs and restaurants serving food outside, as well as gyms and hairdressers, will be able to reopen in the next step of the roadmap easing England out of lockdown.

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