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UK on lockdown (9)

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An empty tube platform during rush hour at Brixton station. The only people on the platform are cleaning staff from TFL. The Government has implemented a nationwide lockdown as efforts to contain the spread of coronavirus continue to be ramped up amid mounting pressure to enforce social distancing measures. ? Daniel Hambury / Evening Standard / eyevine

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People make their way along a deserted Threadneedle Street in the City of London after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that the UK will now lockdown in order to fight the spread of the coronavirus. Only essential journeys for food and one period of excercise will be allowed per day. Photo credit: Peter Macdiarmid / eyevine

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A cyclist stops in the middle of an almost deserted Westminster Bridge to take a phone photograph at 1:15pm after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that the UK will now lockdown in order to fight the spread of the coronavirus. Only essential journeys for food and one period of excercise will be allowed per day. Photo credit: Peter Macdiarmid / eyevine

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A few pedestrians can be seen on an almost deserted Westminster Bridge at 1:14pm after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that the UK will now lockdown in order to fight the spread of the coronavirus. Only essential journeys for food and one period of excercise will be allowed per day. Photo credit: Peter Macdiarmid / eyevine

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Police keep their distance as they queue with others at a taxi drivers take away cafe near Trafalgar Square after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that the UK will now lockdown in order to fight the spread of the coronavirus. Only essential journeys for food and one period of excercise will be allowed per day. Photo credit: Peter Macdiarmid / eyevine

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Construction work carries on at a building site in Wandsworth, south west London after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that the UK will now lockdown in order to fight the spread of the coronavirus. Only essential journeys for food and one period of excercise will be allowed per day. Photo credit: Peter Macdiarmid / eyevine

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Threadneedle Street at the Junction of Old Broad Street in the City of London are completely empty just before 12:00 midday after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that the UK will now lockdown in order to fight the spread of the coronavirus. Only essential journeys for food and one period of excercise will be allowed per day. Photo credit: Peter Macdiarmid / eyevine

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Traffic builds up through Putney High Street after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that the UK will now lockdown in order to fight the spread of the coronavirus. Only essential journeys for food and one period of excercise will be allowed per day. Photo credit: Peter Macdiarmid / eyevine

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Construction work carries on at a building site in Wandsworth, south west London after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that the UK will now lockdown in order to fight the spread of the coronavirus. Only essential journeys for food and one period of excercise will be allowed per day. Photo credit: Peter Macdiarmid / eyevine