Boris Johnson warned that the UK is facing a “maximum risk” and urged them not to lose patience with the blockades.
The prime minister was on Downing Street and returned to work there, more than 3 weeks after he was admitted to the hospital with a coronavirus infection. He said the priority is to prevent a second outbreak of the virus.
Meanwhile, Chancellor Rishi Suna has announced a new small business loan system that will support the government. He said companies will have access to £ 50,000 within 24 hours.
Concerns remain over whether to break down existing schemes and then help keep the crisis alive.
Huw Edwards presents BBC News in ten reports by political editor Laura Kuenssberg on Faisal Islam.
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