Dan Walker 'broken-hearted' as BBC Breakfast host addresses 'conflict' after ...

DAN WALKER has spoken out about his concerns after a national lockdown was announced following an increase in the number of Covid cases. The BBC Breakfast host talked of heartbreak as he addressed the "conflict" of Tier 5 news.

PUBLISHED: 21:50, Mon, Jan 4, 2021 | UPDATED: 21:50, Mon, Jan 4, 2021

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Boris Johnson announces new national lockdown

Due to the continuous rise in coronavirus cases, Boris Johnson announced that a new national lockdown for England is expected to last until mid-February. BBC Breakfast host Dan Walker, 43, spoke candidly about a "tough" few months ahead for many Britons.

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It is expected the new lockdown in England - the third time a national shutdown has been introduced - will last for over a month.

The Prime Minister hopes the most vulnerable will have all been offered the first dose of a vaccine.

Taking to Twitter, Dan admitted having a "strange conflict" with the Tier 5 news as he hinted many people will have to forego their New Year's resolutions.

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In view of his 673,000 followers, the presenter said: "Strange conflict for so many: feeling that something had to be done but broken-hearted by another national lockdown.

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Dan Walker 'broken-hearted' as BBC host addresses 'conflict'Dan Walker 'broken-hearted' as BBC host addresses 'conflict' (Image: BBC)

Boris Johnson addressed the nation as he announced a third lockdownBoris Johnson addressed the nation as he announced a third lockdown (Image: BBC)

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"I imagine quite a few New Year’s resolutions will disappear tonight #DryJanuary."

In an earlier tweet, Dan explained it will be a "tough few weeks" but urged people to stay safe during this difficult time.

"This is going to be tough few weeks/months after a tough year," the BBC host penned.

“'I know you’ve had enough of government guidance... but we must do this together' -

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