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(METRO UK) – The Prime Minister has promised no social distancing measures will be in place in the UK by this time next year.
In a Conservative Party conference speech delivered to a nearly empty room, Boris Johnson said he expected people to meet ‘face-to-face and cheek-by-jowl,’ at next autumn’s event, thanks to ‘almost daily improvements in the medicine and the science’.
He told colleagues he had ‘more than enough’ of Covid-19, which he described as a ‘plague’ and an ‘alien invader’.
The PM had previously promised relative ‘normality’ by November this year, but with rising cases across the country this is not looking likely.
Playing down suggestions that he is suffering from long term effects of coronavirus, which landed him intensive care in April, Johnson said: ‘I have read a lot of nonsense recently about how my own bout of Covid has somehow robbed me of my mojo.
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