Local Lockdowns: How would London deal with a second wave of coronavirus? Plus, concern at Brexit chief's National Security appointment
The city of Leicester is facing two more weeks of lockdown as the rest of England prepares to head to the pub this weekend. Boris Johnson says this is part of the government’s new ‘whack-a-mole’ approach to deal with local flare ups of coronavirus. But if London’s hit, what would a lockdown look like? The Institute for Government’s Alex Thomas tells us it's complicated.
And, Sir Mark Sedwill, the government's top civil servant and National Security Advisor has been forced out of both his roles.
Chief Brexit negotiator David Frost has taken up position as NSA, which the Evening Standard’s Joe Murphy says has some former top mandarins worried - but who will fill his spot at the heart of Number 10?
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