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  • When the current locked down in England ends next week, the vast majority of people will find themselves in Tier two.

  • Now that means that mixing between households will be banned indoors on hospitality venues will be closed unless they serve a substantial meal.

  • Prime Minister said England was facing a hard winter and he realized the restrictions would cause a lot of heartache on frustration, especially for the hospitality industry.

  • Some of Mr Johnson's own MPs have expressed their anger on their disappointment at the news.

  • So many cities in the North and the Midlands, including Manchester, Hull, Newcastle and Birmingham, as well as Bristol in the West and the county of Kent in Southeast they will go into Tier three.

  • That is the highest category.

  • Most places are in the second highest level, Tier two on they include London on they also include the Liverpool city region.

  • Only the Isle of Wight and Cornwall and the Isles of Silly will be in Tier one, with the lightest restrictions on the rules for what allowed within.

  • Each of the tears have changed will bring you the detail in just a moment.

  • First, our political editor, Laura Kingsburg, has the latest December will be month for for people in West promise.

  • Hunker down, banned from seeing friends and family they don't live with.

  • Apart from work or school, covert cases are still high on the markets.

  • Quieting down.

  • Zira is worried about hanging on.

  • I'm struggling to find the money to pay for a pitch to three isn't gonna work for us.

  • We need to drop right back down.

  • Richelle lost his job last year, and now there are fewer people out and about to hear him sing.

  • I can't guarantee getting money every day when I do come out, but it's just come out at such a time where it's just a said.

  • It is just from me because I couldn't have prepared for this.

  • Prime minister might be out of his isolation now with tears.

  • Feel tough, but the country's a long way from escaping restrictions.

  • If we ease off now, we risk losing control of this virus all over again.

  • Casting aside our hard won gains on forcing us back into a new year.

  • National lock down with ALS, the damage that would meet as we have marriage next Wednesday, only a tiny proportion of us will go into looser limits.

  • Under Tier one, nearly 60% of England will be under Tier Two rules, where pubs, shops and restaurants can be open and some limited socializing will be allowed.

  • But nearly 40% of people, mainly in the north of England, will be under stricter rules.

  • Tier three, where pubs and restaurants have to shut apart from take away.

  • You're not meant to leave your local area.

  • Remember, the rules are different in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales is a complicated patchwork on the lines air hard to draw, even inside individual areas there strife over whether it's fair by the peace of the Canal and Burke.

  • Instead, cases are low, but it will be in Tier two anyway because in other parts of heart future, the diseases on the rise Gary's sort of grinning and bearing it would have much preferred to one because, as you say, there's so little cove it.

  • But if they think it's it wants to to, we've just got to go along with the roles.

  • Robert was on furlough but is now back at work, although has some time for his boat.

  • Once the numbers go down that we could start socializing.

  • But before that, then I think everyone's gonna have toe basically suck it up.

  • What was the point off the national lock down in England over the last four weeks?

  • If MAWR people are moving into tougher restrictions than before, this is not continuing the lock down on the country across ulterior ears.

  • Shops will be open.

  • But what we want to avoid is relaxing now too much taking our foot off the throat of the beast now.

  • And if you do get together with elderly relatives, the government scientists suggest if you want them to survive, don't get close.

  • Would I encourage someone to hug and kiss their elderly relatives?

  • No, I would not, because you could be carrying the virus.

  • And if you got an elderly relative, that would not be the thing you'd want to do.

  • There are doubts about the new system on a tricky start after the website where the information crashed.

  • At first, we also need to be convinced that the government actually got a plan to get places out of these higher tiers because at the moment there's just someone words and not a little lot of detail in some Tory backbenchers are angry that their big areas have been treated all the same.

  • Well, I think the government's made the wrong call.

  • We have the information that tells you that there are different rates of infection.

  • We know how people move around on dry.

  • The tears should have reflected that the lines on the map will all be reviewed in the middle of December, depending how we respond depending how the disease response, the way we're asked to behave in town and country may change again.

  • Before too long you I think it's fair to say that the government wouldn't be doing this if they felt they had any choice.

  • But Downing Street is also well aware that there will be disappointment, frustration and even some skepticism among some people watching tonight and also even on the Tory backbenches.

  • MPs do have to vote to approve all of this next week on it might be a bit bumpy for the government, but I think the view from number 10 today was also crystal clear that if this kind of action isn't taken now, and if if most people don't actually follow these rules than there is still the prospect of a much more dramatic shut down for everyone everywhere on the other side of Christmas.

  • Laura.

  • Many thanks again Lori Ginsburg, with the latest there for us Tonight at Westminster.

  • So just to recap, England returns to the three tier system next Wednesday.

  • But what people can do and can't do within the tears has changed.

  • Headdresses, gyms and all shops can open regardless of the tear throughout England, But everyone who can work from home is being told to do so.

  • In Tier one, households will be allowed to mix, although the rule of six should be followed both indoors and outdoors.

  • In tier two, households will not be allowed to mix.

  • Indoors on alcohol can only be served as part of a substantial meal, but in tier three, pubs and restaurants will remain closed.

  • Except for take.

  • Aways on households will only be allowed to mix in some outdoor public spaces, not in private gardens or in hospitality venues.

  • The government will review the restrictions in England every 14 days.

  • The first review is due on the 16th of December, Our North of England correspondent Danny Savage, reports on from Yorkshire.

  • This, it turns out, was aspirational thinking in Hull.

  • There was an infection rate of 776 per 100,000 people a couple of weeks ago.

  • No surprise here, then, that they're going into the new Tier three.

  • During the first lock down, the only people that I knew were a friend of a friend's anti who had it really in this area, but more so.

  • It's got Children at school on.

  • They've got friends of contracted it.

  • Friends.

  • Parents have contracted it.

  • People here say not enough locals have stuck to the rules, while some are sticklers for them.

  • It's absolutely right, my husband being self isolate and since well before he's on the extreme list.

  • So we have to be everything.

  • Careful.

  • You're happy for that to go on that, Because if it conserve lives, then yeah, those living on this side of the Humber were expecting Tier three.

  • But over there in Lincolnshire, the whole county is also going into the highest here.

  • That is a very large rural area where even the conservative leader of the county council can't understand government thinking.

  • Huge areas of ligature actually have lower rates than the national average, so it does seem very perverse to put the whole area into two or three.

  • And obviously that will mean businesses and families and individuals will be suffering far more restrictions than is really necessary.

  • 70 miles away, Harrogate has moved from Tier one, pre locked down to tear to where one new concession is that up to 2000 much missed Spectators are allowed at sports events.

  • The crowds come along to see gold on the trophies.

  • It it's like the horse and carriage.

  • They have to go together next Wednesday.

  • Away, the shops can open again to it's not fair marks and Spencers in Harrogate is open and I can't sell.

  • You know, my clothes so very, very important.

  • And I can't wait for Wednesday on in the highest tiers.

  • There's many more weeks of sitting outside in the cold.

When the current locked down in England ends next week, the vast majority of people will find themselves in Tier two.

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