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Minister defends Government's 'stay alert' message

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Minister defends Government's 'stay alert' message

Minister defends Government's 'stay alert' message

Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick has said the UK moving forward together in any easing of the lockdown is a “strong preference”, but already differences are emerging between countries.

Hours after Boris Johnson’s new “stay alert” slogan was unveiled in a newspaper report, leaders of the UK’s other three nations stated that the “stay at home” advice remains.

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