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Border differences in easing lockdown
Nicola Sturgeon has backed the 'stay at home' message but lockdown prohibitions are now easing in Scotlandfour phase route map. Boris Johnson has his three step road map. Boris Johnson has his three step road map.
They both lead to the same location a return to normality over time of unprecedented upheaval to people's lives and the nation's economy.
But what are the differences between their two plans?
The Scottish First Minister had generally plotted a rather slower and she would argue safer course.
The prime minister, Perhaps mindful that it will be him that has ultimate responsibility to help with a recession, is a lot more impatient.
in certain areas, the differences are deep and pronounced. in other business owners, London and Edinburgh have set out really similar proposals.
But an excellent reopening schools, Plans have diverged perhaps at least in any other area.
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In Scotland where one large teaching union has far more influence over government policy than may be the case in England teachers are largely on board with the timetable but are demanding more clarity over how the part time 'blended learning' system will work.
The move is "A critical step on the path to rebuilding our economy, And will support several jobs across the UK, Alok Sharma, The UK business secretary, says.
All shops in Scotland usually reopen in 'phase two' of the process of easing restrictions. We don't know exactly when this can be but the earliest likely date will be June 18. Scotland is to enter 'phase one' on the way map on May 28, And Ms Sturgeon has said she will review whether to proceed to another stage every three weeks.
There is a caveat in Scotland large shops will only be permitted to open if their sales area is no more than 800 square metres, Meaning some areas of department shops will have to be closed off.
and yet, It is expected that people are able to use click and collect services to buy goods in inaccessible areas.
It had initially been planned that large shops in Scotland would be closed longer, Before SNP ministers agreed to skimp on.
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