BORIS Johnson has threatened more local lockdowns if the public do not behave on Super Saturday.
The Prime Minister warned the Government would be forced to step in if people did not behave as pubs reopen.
Speaking at a Downing Street press conference, Boris threatened to hit the nation with local lockdowns.
He said: "Just as when we first locked down, we will only succeed in reopening if everyone works together. Because we are not out of the woods yet.
"The virus is still with us and the spike in Leicester has shown that. If it starts running out of control again the Government will not hesitate in putting on the brakes and re-imposing restrictions.
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