A South Yorkshire MP has said "there's nothing worse than false hope" following the prime minister's announcement about how he hopes to lift England's coronavirus lockdown.
Mr Johnson said in an address to the nation yesterday evening that some people would be allowed to go back to work if they couldn't work from home, as well as giving provisional dates for some children to go back to school.
Miriam Cates (pictured above with Boris Johnson), the Conservative MP for Penistone and Stocksbridge, said Boris Johnson's "road map" couldn't give details "where we haven't got certainty".
Ms Cates has hit back at criticism of the prime minister's plans, saying: "There's nothing worse than false hope and that's the whole point of this road map.
"It lays out what may be possible, but we're still not sure what and when because every time we change a measure, we have two to three weeks to look at the effects on the data and the effects on the infection rate. Nobody can predict that - that is a scientific unknown," she said.
The prime minister is set to give a statement to Parliament at 15:30 to give further details of the plan to ease the lockdown.