Mark Drakeford’s reply to people who think they need non-essential items

 Mark Drakeford’s reply to people who think they need non-essential items
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The First Minister has said that people should not try and find ways around the rules when it comes to buying items during the firebreak lockdown.

From 6pm this evening there would be a ban on the sale of non-essential items during the two-week firebreak, meaning supermarkets would not be able to sell many items.

It is understood that many of the retailers that are allowed to say open were not told about the non-essential regulations until Thursday afternoon, 24 hours before they were due to be implemented.

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