The BHA's chief regulatory officer, Brant Dunshea, publicly expressed what appeared to be total confidence that racing will be allowed to resume on Monday June 1, and suggested the government has recognised its unique circumstances compared to other sports.
I performed my usual cross-check on Betfair, and noted that the odds for racing to resume on June 1st stand at 1.21. For Royal Ascot to go ahead, it's even lower at 1.15.
With this in mind, it may well be time to assume, for practical purposes at least, that racing will indeed go ahead on June 1st. It's also been confirmed that racing in Ireland will resume on June 8th.
Here is the re-start timeline for June, as published recently by the Racing Post: