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Boris Johnson called for the UK population to come together for ‘collective health’ in a televised address in which he announced six months of new restrictions to slow the spread of coronavirus. The prime minister said we must ‘reserve the right to go further’ with coronavirus restrictions. He does not want to impose a second total lockdown, but said there have been ‘too many breaches to the rules’

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