'House arrest' , 'End of freedom': UK front pages react to Johnson's decision to lockdown Britain

24/03/2020 10:26:00

'House arrest' , 'End of freedom': UK front pages react to Johnson's decision to lockdown Britain

Boris Johnson, Coronavirus

'House arrest' , 'End of freedom': UK front pages react to Johnson's decision to lockdown Britain

Johnson made the announcement in an address to the nation from within No 10 Downing Street yesterday evening.

Johnson said that from now on people will only be allowed to leave their home for very limited purposes including shopping for basic necessities, one form of exercise a day, medical need and travelling to work only when absolutely necessary.He added stores selling “non-essential goods” would be closed.

Now, let’s take a look at how the UK front pages reacted to last night’s developments.The Daily Telegraph runs with “End of freedom”.The Daily Star puts a bit of a historic spin on things with its front page, which reads: “Your country needs you … to naff off home”

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LAST NIGHT, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson ordered a tough suite of measures across the UK to enforce people staying in their homes.Department of Health confirmed 219 new cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus in the Republic of Ireland.A boy was rushed to hospital this afternoon after he was reportedly attacked by dogs.Image: RollingNews.

Johnson said that from now on people will only be allowed to leave their home for very limited purposes including shopping for basic necessities, one form of exercise a day, medical need and travelling to work only when absolutely necessary. He added stores selling “non-essential goods” would be closed. There are now 1,125 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the Republic of Ireland. Now, let’s take a look at how the UK front pages reacted to last night’s developments. Gardai said in a statement that the dog warden has been notified and the dogs have been confiscated. The Daily Telegraph runs with “End of freedom”. An Garda Síochána is reminding people of guidelines in relation to social distancing, underlining the importance of keeping a two-metre (six feet) space between individuals. The Daily Star puts a bit of a historic spin on things with its front page, which reads: “Your country needs you … to naff off home” The Daily Mirror, meanwhile, leads with “National lockdown”. Workers at sites at the new National Children’s Hospital in Dublin 8, the huge development of the Grangegorman technical university site in Dublin 7, as well as the construction of Ireland’s tallest ever office building, The Exo, are all still working.

The Sun has: “House arrest” The Daily Mail keeps it short and simple with “Lockdown Britain”. The digital scaling supercharge | ALL IN Hit play for our All In Business Show hosted by Yvonne Redmond. Similarly, the Metro runs with “Britain on lockdown”. “You must stay at home … for all our sakes” leads the Daily Express.. The Times plays it straight with “You must stay at home”. The Guardian leads with “PM: ‘Stay at home, this is a national emergency’” “Johnson closes Britain in bid to halt rapid spread of coronavirus,” leads the Financial Times. Andrew Trimble and Pat McCarry are in the House of Rugby studio to discuss the massive fall-out, sporting and otherwise, caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. Speaking on condition of anonymity, he said: “I can work for home for sure.

And finally, the i leads with “Lockdown UK. Public told: stay indoors” TheJournal. Did you ever get an accidental tattoo? This lad has.ie's coronavirus newsletter cuts through the misinformation and noise with the clear facts you need to make informed choices. Sign up here: ..