Is lifting the lockdown enough to save the economy?
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The coronavirus lockdown ground the UK economy to a halt in April, with the biggest monthly GDP contraction on record. But with non-essential shops opening from Monday and many sectors moving back to work, is this enough to counter such a significant hit? The Telegraph's Economics Reporter, Lizzy Burden joins Theodora Louloudis to discuss how dented consumer confidence will mean a particularly slow return to normal, and why the pair won't be heading back to the shops anytime soon.

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