Britain votes with its feet: Hundreds queue as Five Guys and B&Q reopen while roads and Tubes get busier by the day – with house builder Taylor Wimpey and car giants Jaguar Land Rover and Aston Martin preparing to start work next month [LINK].
Huge queues built up outside B&Q stores and Five Guys burger restaurants as parts of Britain showed signs today that they were getting back to work despite the ongoing coronavirus lockdown.
Builders are returning to construction sites and roads are visibly busier than a week ago, with traffic having increased to the highest levels since the lockdown was introduced more than a month ago.
Meanwhile homebuilder Taylor Wimpey said construction will resume on May 4 and rival Vistry Group said it will re-start next week.
Luxury car-maker Aston Martin Lagonda is set to reopen its South Wales factory on May 5 and car giant Jaguar Land Rover is to gradually resume production at two of its UK plants next month amid ‘robust’ guidelines to support a return to work.