Britain has got one of the toughest lockdown regimes in the world.
The Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced a cautious pathway to reopening society.
But nightclubs are one of the last businesses to be allowed to open.
They won’t be permitted to welcome partygoers until late June at the earliest.
In Brighton on England’s south coast, renowned as an entertainment hotspot, nightclub owner Ami Morris has been telling the Newshour about how her business has suffered during the past year.
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