Children whose parents are separated can still travel to both homes, government guidance clearly states – after the Cabinet Office minister was forced to apologise for causing confusion following a TV interview this morning. One family solicitor said the clarification shows what a difficult topic it is and why confused parents are contacting lawyers in their droves.
Tougher measures were announced by prime minister Boris Johnson last night to slow down the spread of Covid-19. He said people can only leave home to shop for basic necessities, do one form of exercise a day, care for or help a vulnerable person, and travel to and from work if the work cannot be done from home.
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