BORIS Johnson is about to tell the nation he will slap a 10pm curfew on pubs and Brits should work from home if they can in his latest bid to curb coronavirus.
In a live address in the House of Commons, the PM will update MPs on the latest measures needed for the whole of England to try and stop the spread.
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He will warn the virus is getting worse across the country, and extra measures need to be put in place now to avoid another national lockdown.
Ministers want to avoid shutting down shops and offices once again if they can help it.
And schools will be the absolute last thing to close too to try and keep kids' education on track.
This evening at 8pm he will address the nation with a live TV clip too.
He's expected to announce:
This morning Boris gathered his top team for a Cabinet meeting to discuss the new rules.
And he held a COBRA meeting with the leaders of the devolved administrations, too.
It's expected that Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland will follow suit with new rules.
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