A quarter of UK population under tighter lockdowns as coronavirus cases surge – BBC News

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    Around a quarter of the UK’s population are living under tighter coronavirus restrictions. New rules are being introduced in Cardiff, Leeds and Blackpool, banning households from mixing with other households. Many other areas are already facing tougher local controls. England is seeing a rapid rise in coronavirus cases, with London now on the hotspot watchlist. Clive Myrie presents BBC News at Ten reporting by medical editor Fergus Walsh, wales correspondent Hywel Griffith and Luxmy Gopal in Leeds.

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