FOLLOWING the government's announcement last night, many people have been left with questions. 

The Prime Minister said there were five reasons people could leave their homes: for groceries and medicine, medical reasons, to care for someone vulnerable, exercise one a day and work - if "absolutely necessary".

We want to help you answer any questions you have - so if you're unsure of the rules for where you work or your lifestyle, get in touch and we'll do our best to find out. 

Lots of people are unclear about the construction industry. 

Here's what Michael Gove has clarified: 

Mr Gove said all major construction work should go ahead but jobs carried out at close quarters in someone's home would not be appropriate.

Major projects such as housing developments can still go ahead. But work such as bathrooms and kitchen fitting in a single home should not. 

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