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Coronavirus Q&A: How long will the UK's lockdown last and is it working? Our expert answers you questions

Professor Stephen Powis, NHS England’s medical director, told the country on Tuesday that “green shoots” could be seen in the Covid-19 data. However, the Prime Minister has warned that things will get worse before they get better, and the national lockdown will remain in place for several weeks yet.

I’m Daniel Capurro, The Telegraph’s Front Bench Editor (you can sign up to my newsletter here) and I will be answering your questions for an hour or so this afternoon from 1 p.m. (GMT). If you want to know about the lockdown, police enforcement of it, the plans for how to lift it or anything else, send me your questions. 

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