Boris Johnson’s strategy for tackling the pandemic in England faces a major challenge with the government’s Level 3 reduction system set up in Westminster. Greater Manchester Mayor Labor Andy Burnham is resting plans to position the region at the 3rd level with the harshest restrictions. He said it would be a “punitive closure” without the necessary financial support to affected people and businesses. His views were backed by some Conservative MPs and local council leaders. Meanwhile, more areas in England are rising to Level 2 or High Alert. This will now include the towns, villages and towns from Barrow in Furness in Cumbria to Elmbridge in Surrey. It includes London, Essex and York, which means that 28 million people will not be able to mingle inside other homes. Huw Edwards presents at BBC News Ten political editor Laura Kuenssberg, special correspondent Lucy Manning in Ed Thomas Burnley and economics editor Faisal Islam. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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