Class D VMC minima change
VMC minima change for vfr flight in class d airspace from 26/03/2020
The alleviation which allowed flight within class D airspace to remain clear of cloud and within sight of the surface ends today. From the 26/03/2020 the EASA rules apply. The difference is that an aircraft flying at or below 3000 ft amsl, no more than 140 knots must remain at least 1500 metres horizontally and 1000 feet vertically from cloud.
The table below taken from the SERA regulations gives other information. Special VFR may be available. Further details of SERA regulation from this link.