The Prime Minister has imposed the harshest Tier 3 coronavirus restrictions on Greater Manchester – after falling talks with local leaders for more funding for the region. The government offered to provide £ 60 million to people who would suffer economic loss as a result of the new measures. However, Manchester City Mayor Andy Burnham declined the offer saying it was not enough and saying the people in the region were having “real difficulties”. Boris Johnson responded by unilaterally imposing the harshest restrictions. “Not playing now” would put the lives of Manchester residents at risk, he said. Under the new Tier 3 rule, all pubs and bars that do not provide much food must be closed. No household mix is allowed indoors or in private gardens. Casinos and betting shops need to be closed. They are in talks with the government and local leaders on how much money will be given to help Manchester’s Greater business and neighbors. Sophie Raworth presents BBC News Ten deputy political editors Vicki Young and Danny Savage in Bolton, one of the areas most affected by the pandemic in Greater Manchester. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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