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9. 12am BST
Rail union officials have urged passengers to avoid crowding onto trains this weekend amid fears that unofficial Pride events and the hot weather may compromise social distancing.
The official Brighton Pride has been cancelled due to the virus pandemic, but the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) said a combination of unofficial events and other attractions on a hot weekend have sparked concerns among its members.
9. 00am BST
Here’s a clip from BBC breakfast – via my northern colleague Josh Halliday – in which Matt Hancock appears to get it wrong on the rules about individuals in the north of England visiting other areas
Here’s the particular @BBCBreakfast interview in which Matt Hancock suggests households in affected areas can visit other non-affected households – contrary to government guidance which says this will be illegal. pic. twitter. com/NGGTO2mGhd