Tell us: if the UK government said you should lockdown, would you be willing?

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<span>Photograph: Maureen McLean/Rex/Shutterstock</span>
Photograph: Maureen McLean/Rex/Shutterstock

We would like to hear whether you would be willing to lockdown now in light of allegations about Covid rules being broken last year

After a leaked video of No 10 officials joking about a lockdown Christmas party last year that Downing Street insists did not take place, the prime minister is facing fresh accusations of lying.

On the 18 December, the date that sources have said the party took place, there were strict Covid regulations in place, and it would have contravened the rules.

We would like to hear your thoughts on whether you would be willing to lockdown now if the government said it was best for the country.

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