BRITS have hit the town in Newcastle, Nottingham and Portsmouth for one of the last nights out before the country goes under lockdown for a second time.
Revellers enjoyed the night out before the whole country goes under a second lockdown as a result of a dramatic surge in coronavirus infections.
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In Newcastle, hundreds of people gathered on the streets as pals went out on one of the last nights without strict restrictions.
Nottingham saw similar scenes while the fun appeared to have spilled out on the street in Portsmouth as students relished in the last days before the country goes under lockdown.
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This comes after prime minister Boris Johnson made a U-turn telling Brits to “stay at home” for four weeks.
The PM is said to have heeded to scientists’ calls after he was warned there could be several thousand deaths a day if action was not taken to curtail the rise of coronavirus cases.
Under the second lockdown, all non-essential businesses must shut including bars, pubs and clubs.