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The restrictions in Britain will be tightened from Wednesday morning: The British Parliament decided on Tuesday evening. Of the MPs, 291 supported toughening, and 78 opposed.
Meanwhile, 55 members of the ruling Conservative Party voted against austerity, the most dangerous current resistance to date against Governor Boris Johnson’s will. There are also many in Conservative Square and in the press who want fewer restrictions, citing primarily the protection of the economy. These voices are now appearing in greater numbers in Parliament, too.
Labor MPs should have refrained in principle after party leader Keir Starmer said he recognized the need for restrictions but was not convinced that the government’s proposals were workable. But there are still 15 Labor MPs who voted no.
The English three-level emergency system that was introduced in place of a general restriction does not have a low level, the lowest, and some levels are considered medium alert levels, the second level is high, and the third level is very high preparedness according to the official definition.
Usually, the UK government’s imposed epidemiological restrictions only apply to England, as health regulations in the other UK countries – Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland – are the responsibility of local governments.
Meanwhile, 85 per cent of the UK’s 56 million people live in England.
Within the scope system, most of England, along with tens of millions of Londoners, will go through a second or higher readiness level from Wednesday.
In contrast, many epidemics in western, central and northern England, including Bristol, Birmingham, Newcastle, Leeds, Sheffield, Manchester and York, as well as southeastern Kent County are entering an extremely high level of alert.
The lowest level of readiness will be some – any average – in just three parts of the country, Cornwall in southwest England, the Isles of Scilly 40 kilometers southwest of the coast of Cornwall and the Isle of Wight off the coast of England.
All this means that as of Wednesday, 55 million people in England – 99 per cent of the population – will be subject to either a very high or very high level of preparedness.
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