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'Freedom Day': What you can and can't do from June 21 after lockdown easing delayed to July 19 in England

A number of rules changed on June 21 despite 'Freedom Day' being delayed until July 19 in England . Here's what you can and can't do from today.

Monday, 21st June 2021, 7:55 pm

'Freedom Day' - the date when all legal limits on social contact were due to be lifted - has been delayed until July 19 at the earliest.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said there would be a review after two weeks and he was "confident" the delay would not need to be longer than four weeks.

However, he told a Downing Street press conference he could not rule out the possibility the date could be pushed back further.

But certain changes will come into force from Monday, June 21, as life for many takes another small step towards getting back to normal.

So what can and can't we do from June 21?

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