Good news. The PM said there is a "good chance" the 1 metre+plus social distancing rule can be scrapped on 21 June in England. Boris Johnson said the results of the vaccine roll-out were "really starting to show up in the epidemiology" - but any change would depend on the data. That makes me nervous. The Government's record appears based on dates, not data. We live in hope. Mr Johnson also suggested there could be some "opening up" of foreign travel on 17 May. During a campaign visit to Hartlepool the PM said ministers would say more about travel "as soon as we can" but "we have got to be very, very tough". More shocking violence in football on Sunday. A police officer was dragged and kicked and another suffered a fractured eye socket in clashes with protesters at Manchester United's ground. The force said officers were "met with hostility" during protests at Old Trafford and the Lowry Hotel in Salford before the team's match with Liverpool. The game was later postponed after a group of protesters walked on to the ground. Asked about the protest while on a visit to Hartlepool, the PM said he understood "people's strength of feeling" on football and club ownership, but he did not think it was "a good idea to have disruptive behaviour, demonstrations of that kind". Finally, the continued peace in Northern Ireland is a credit to its people, the Queen has said. In a message to mark 100 years since the creation of NI, she called it "a significant centenary for both the United Kingdom and Ireland". "This anniversary reminds us of our complex history," she said. Meanwhile, Sir Jeffrey Donaldson entered the race to become the next leader of the Democratic Unionist Party. There is now a leadership contest for the first time in the party's 50-year history as Sir Jeffrey takes on Agriculture Minister Edwin Poots.