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Coronavirus: Calls for clarity over new curbs on life in UK

Calls are growing for the government to give clarity over its strict new rules to stop the spread of coronavirus. The measures, announced on Monday, tell Britons to only go to work if "absolutely necessary".But on Tuesday, Health Secretary Matt Hancock said those who cannot work from home should go to work "to keep the country running".Labour's Jonathan Ashworth called for "clear and unambiguous advice around which workers can and can't go out".In Scotland, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said it was not possible to provide a "bespoke guidance" for each occupation - but she gave clarity with some examples and general principles.Unlike the UK government, she said building sites should close - unless it involves an essential building ...