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UK wants to 'slowly and cautiously' ease lockdown to restart economy: minister

Reuters Sunday, 10 May 2020
The British government wants to slowly and cautiously restart the economy, housing minister Robert Jenrick said on Sunday ahead of a televised address from the prime minister to set out plans to begin easing the coronavirus lockdown measures.
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