There seems to be some confusion on whether the English Government has decided follow those in Wales and refrain from selling some goods such as clothes and books during its new lockdown.
Nayion Cymru report that
Which seems a pretty way of saying that if you have section like my local Tesco Store which has an upstairs section selling "non-Essential goods" and some very clear distinction between other goods like groceries down stairs , then they will be cordoned of and it will only be in smaller stores where thiswil happen
Under the new restrictions, people should stay at home except for specific reasons including education and work (if it cannot be done from home).
What seems odd is that the Prime Minister and Chancellor did not make this clear during the debate in the House of Commons.
We do know that up to now the Welsh and English Tories all opposed the the Welsh Governments lockdown rules .
Mr Jones, along with all other north Wales Conservative politicians in the Senedd and the Commons, had opposed local lockdowns being imposed in north Wales in September.
Whether the English Government had plans to follow the Welsh completely is unlikely , though they may well have decided that they can get away with anything these days even such hypocrisy.
The normally bumptious Andrew rT Davies seems to be somewhat muted and even have deleted some of his tweets,
But he and the many who rightly or wrongly criticise the Welsh Government often using near-racist language only to be mute when it happens in England is outstanding,