Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have powers over their own lockdown restrictions, with England’s measures set by the government at Westminster and leaders have expressed a wish to move forward as one – though they may do so at different speeds.
Mr Johnson said in his speech he had consulted “across the political spectrum, across all four nations of the UK” and that his plan was a “a general consensus on what we could do”.
A further 269 people have died in the UK after testing positive for coronavirus, taking the total number of deaths recorded to 31,855.
The number of deaths recorded tends to be lower over the weekend because of reporting delays.
The government has also missed its target of 100,000 coronavirus tests a day for the eighth day in a row, with 92,837 tests on Saturday.
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A further 178 deaths of people with coronavirus have been reported by NHS England
There were also 12 more deaths reported in Wales, 10 in Scotland and five in Northern Ireland
The government missed its target of 100,000 tests a day for the eighth day in a row, with 92,837 tests on Saturday
Mr Jenrick said a contact-tracing app being trialled on the Isle of Wight had been downloaded by about 50,000 people. Asked about reports a second app was being developed, he said the government was “learning lessons” from apps used by other countries