London mayor Sadiq Khan defended the latest tier 2 coronavirus measures about to grip the capital. While speaking on Sky News, he insisted it was important to have an exit strategy of the tier 2 lockdown to prevent the new measures staying indefinitely. The latest measures would prevent people from different households mixing in London however pubs and restaurants would still remain open.

He said: “It is worth reassuring your viewers in London that we are currently working with the Government on an exit strategy to get out of tier 2.

“It is called a deescalation process with public health colleagues to make sure we are not in tier 2 indefinitely.” 

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