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UK coronavirus live: help for England's fishing industry as Covid-19 bites

England’s fishermen thrown ‘lifeline’ by the government, after Dominic Raab announced lockdown measures will be extended by three weeks Coronavirus latest: at a glance Coronavirus – latest global updates See all our coronavirus coverage UK lockdown could remain in place until June, says Raab 8.15am BST Bus travel in London will be free of charge

England’s fishermen thrown ‘lifeline’ by the government, after Dominic Raab announced lockdown measures will be extended by three weeks

8.15am BST

Bus travel in London will be free of charge from Monday when passengers are banned from using the front door. It follows the death of 21 transport workers who tested positive for COVID-19. @itvlondon

8.11am BST

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan also told BBC Breakfast that protective measures for the capital’s bus drivers had gone “above and beyond” expert advice.

He said:

It’s heartbreaking, I’ve had 16 bus drivers who have lost their lives, it’s personal to me. It’s really heartbreaking and my condolences to those families.”

I’m confident working with the excellent trade unions, we’ve made sure our public transport is as safe as it can be for both passengers and also our staff as well, who deserve a huge credit for keeping public transport running in these difficult times.”

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