UK still looking at mid-Feb for COVID lockdown review: minister

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LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s government is still aiming to review COVID-19 lockdown restrictions in mid-February, Northern Ireland minister Brandon Lewis said on Tuesday.

“When we put these current restrictions in place we said we would do a review in mid-February … and that’s still the case,” Lewis told Sky News.

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