In a searing rant on social media, Piers Morgan accused the Government of grant contradictory advice to the British public, on the day some lockdown restrictions were officially eased for the sooner time in nearly two months. The Good Morning Britain co-host also accused Mr Johnson of starting the lockdown which started on March 23 too late and relaxing some of the measures too early surrounded by growing economic pressure.
Mr Morgan made the remarks on Twitter after the Prime Legate re-posted parts of his speech from Sunday evening – where he iterated the five coronavirus tests which must be met for the country to move accelerate.
From today the Government has advised millions of Britons to go back to profession if they cannot do their jobs from home but insisted they should evade using public transport, and abide by social distancing measures.
In joining, two people from different households can now meet outdoors, as long as they stay their distance, and people can also undertake unlimited exercise.
Garden concentrates and golf courses have also been given the green happen to reopen.
Mr Morgan wrote on Twitter: “Your contradictory new rules humour no sense.
“After starting the lockdown far too late, you’ve now recklessly ended the lockdown far too straightway – purely for economic reasons.
“If there is now a major second wave of infections/liquidations, that will be on you, Prime Minister.”
During his speech on Sunday, Mr Johnson held the lockdown would not be ended but Britain would be moving into a sec phase.
He told the nation: “This is not the time simply to end the lockdown this week.
“In place of we are taking the first careful steps to modify our measures.”
However, the Control has come under criticism this morning after images rose in London of people crammed on to public transport during the morning commute to fit in.
At PMQs this afternoon the Prime Minister insisted he did not want overcrowding on openly transport in the capital and insists he wants to see “proper marshalling” at stations.
Mr Johnson reckoned he did not want people to travel during peak times although various employees do not have the luxury of deciding when they go to work.
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“And a huge amount of work is being done and we also want to see ladylike marshalling at stations to prevent crowding of trains.”
The Department for Health has clinched a further 494 people have now died from coronavirus in all locales in the past 24 hours.
The total number of COVID-19 fatalities in the UK now sponsors at 33,186.