England’s nationwide lockdown may be ending on 2 December, but that doesn’t mean all restrictions are being lifted. Here’s everything you need to know about travelling after lockdown.
What are the current rules on travel within the UK and when will they change?
In England, no one should be travelling except for essential reasons – such as for work, education, medical treatment and other important journeys.
From one minute past midnight on Wednesday 2 December this will end – and with it 27 days of lockdown in England.
The prime minister said: “As we end our national restrictions on 2 December, they will not be replaced with a free for all. England will instead continue to use a sensible approach based on three tiers.
“And since the prevalence of the disease is, alas, still high, these tiers