Coronavirus: Why Midlanders can't travel to Wales despite new lockdown rules

Many thousands of people from the Midlands regularly visit beauty spots in Wales - but it's important to note that lockdown restrictions differ across the UK.

Despite the UK Government's loosening of the lockdown rules, they still face being fined and sent back home if they attempt a day trip over the border.

Gareth Owen reports:

Boris Johnson's public health advice only applies in England. The Welsh Government sits on the same Scientific Advisory Committee as the Prime Minister, but it has interpreted the scientists advice very differently and will be keeping the strict "Stay At Home" message.

It means anyone travelling into Wales for a walk or other exercise will be breaking the rules and face being stopped by police.

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