A Nottinghamshire MP has spoken about the risk of spreading the virus to elderly people at Christmas if people choose to "go out and mix then come back for dinner with granny and granddad".
Conservative MP for Sherwood and the Government's chief whip Mark Spencer was in a cabinet meeting this on Sunday, November 22 over plans for lockdown, winter and Christmas.
A relaxation of coronavirus restrictions “for a small number of days” over Christmas is planned to allow a limited level of mixing between households across the UK, the Government has confirmed.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is to set out the basis of plans for the festive period on Monday, as
link source - Nottingham Post