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The vast majority of Britons were left scratching their heads after pictures once again emerged of some people ignoring the lockdown as temperatures soared. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Health Secretary Matt Hancock were among those urging the public to stay inside despite the warm weather, reaching 21C (69.8F) on Sunday. Police patrols did their best to disperse crowds which began to gather in contravention of social distancing instructions, but the numbers of people who had decided not to comply with those instructions were significant.
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Scotland's chief medical officer Catherine Calderwood has been forced to step back from public briefings on the country’s response to coronavirus after she broke her own advice on social distancing.Police issued a warning to Ms Calderwood on Sunday after she ignored lockdown guidance designed to slow the spread of Covid-19 when she visited her second home this weekend and last.
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Scotland's chief medical officer will no longer attend press briefings after twice visiting her second home while advising the public to stay indoors. Dr Catherine Calderwood was photographed by The Scottish Sun visiting her holiday home on the east coast of the country over the weekend - and she has admitted it was the second time she had done so during the lockdown. "As well as this weekend, it's important to be clear, that I also was there last weekend with my husband," she told the Scottish government's daily coronavirus briefing on Sunday.
The prime minister has been in self-isolation after testing positive for COVID-19 10 days ago