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Image caption People from two different households are now allowed to meet up outside, but must stay two metres apart. People from two different households in Scotland can now meet up as 66 days of full lockdown ends. The meetings can only take place outdoors and people must keep 2m apart. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced the changes on Thursday as part of a four-phase "route map" towards reopening society. From Monday groups of six people from different households will be able to meet outside in England with similar measures expected in Wales . Meanwhile, outdoor weddings with 10 people present may be allowed in Northern Ireland from 8 June. Ms Sturgeon urged people to "stay home ... Full story

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