Most people in England will be in Level 2 on December 2 when the current national closure ends. This means that clutter between houses will be banned inside the house and the hospitality will be closed if the places do not offer a “rich meal”. Boris Johnson said England is having a “hard winter” and has realized that the cuts will cause “a lot of heartache and frustration”, especially in the hospitality industry. Some of Mr. Johnson’s lawmakers have expressed anger and despair at the news. Many cities in the North and Midlands will receive Level 3 reductions – the highest category. These include Manchester, Hull, Newcastle and Birmingham, as well as Bristol to the west and Kent County to the south-east. Level 3 means that all hospitality will be closed, not socialized indoors or in private gardens, and banned from going to other places in the UK. London and Liverpool will be in the 2nd division. The Isle of Wight, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly will only be level 1 with the slightest restrictions. Huw Edwards presents BBC News at Ten by political editor Laura Kuenssberg and Danny Savage in Yorkshire. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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