The North West was the worst-affected region, with 93 deaths registered, followed by the North East & Yorkshire (66) and the Midlands (58). The Government's Chief Scientific Adviser has admitted he is "not aware" of any cases of Covid-19 transmission between children playing football outdoors. What sort of small independent shops will be left? The Prime Minister says the three tiered system was "the right approach", noting Labour had initially backed i. The Prime Minister says it is a "difficult decision" being taken by MPs tonight, saying no Parliament would impose these measures "lightly.". He suggests similar cross-party action to put together a plan to deal with domestic abuse. Leicester's figures have gone "up and down" but the region has never come out of restrictions, he says, and that means they aren't working. Turn on desktop notifications for breaking stories about interest? Read about our approach to external linking. And the Labour leader says lockdown will have an impact on faith communities, and homelessness which he said is a "moral emergency", requiring urgent action particularly to prevent evictions. England will now enter lockdown at midnight tonight, after the measures were voted through by 516 votes to 38. So we must drive this virus down together. The Prime Minister says the aim is to make "massive repeated testing" available to everyone across the country, then points to other breakthroughs - such "lifesaving treatment" and the prospect of a vaccine. The figure for car traffic on Monday was the highest since late September. Addressing the meeting, she said the Prime Minister had "been clear that he wants to see tougher enforcement of the necessary restrictions in order to save lives". Philip Davies, the Conservative MP for Shipley, asks why Matt Hancock has "failed in this task" of sorting out Test & Trace during the first lockdown. There may be evidence, but I haven't seen it.". "I am very confident the relationship will go from strength to strength," the Foreign Secretary told Sky News, emphasising the "shared values" as well as the "mutual interests" in security and the economy. Dominic Raab has said he is confident the "bedrock" of ties between the UK and the US will continue regardless of who has won the presidential election. Highlights of Tuesday 10 November in Parliament, presented by Alicia McCarthy. The 45th President told his supporters that the race was "an embarrassment", adding: "We were getting ready to win this election, frankly we did win this election. Please enable JavaScript to take full advantage of iPlayer. So for me, the case has not proven, the measures proposed are not proportionate and I cannot vote for them.". ", adding: "I will be making a statement tonight. Coverage of a statement by Boris Johnson on the four-week lockdown for England. Donald Trump has claimed that his supporters are being "disenfranchised", during a speech in the White House. There were 34 Tory rebels who voted against the lockdown in total. In some states they have stopped counting because it's midnight and will start again tomorrow...In Aberdeenshire, in 2019, the staff counting the votes stopped for a half hour tea 0230. The Prime Minister says he is right about the importance of keeping schools open, and points to the one-to-one tutoring that has been brought in to help students catch up on lost time, saying after the pandemic this will "make a huge difference to the confidence of children and their academic attainment". England will now enter the restrictions after midnight tonight, after MPs voted through the measures by 516 votes to 38. He adds: "National lockdown is a big step. I'm applying to get a debate on this in the Commons. ". He argues that there is no scientific basis for banning non-contact outdoor sports or criminalising people of faith going to collective worship. Stephen Farry, the Alliance MP for North Down, asks if Boris Johnson will remove the controversial clauses from the UK Internal Market Bill if Joe Biden wins the US election, which he says he will "if every vote is counted". Sir Keir Starmer insists that if Boris Johnson had acted earlier the lockdown would have been shorter and over half-term, instead of during a key pre-Christmas period. The Brexit Party leader told ITV that "heads will roll inside the Washington swamp, inside the Government agencies with term two, because he will have nothing to fear". Have your say in the poll below: Iain Duncan Smith says the decision MPs face now is the second biggest one since World War II - the other decision being the first lockdown in March. The American people have got to have the right to decide who represents them.". They are; Adam Afriyie, Peter Bone, Sir Graham Brady, Steve Brine, Sir Christopher Chope, Philip Davies, Jonathan Djanogly, Jackie Doyle-Price, Richard Drax, Sir Iain Duncan Smith, Marcus Fysh, Chris Green, James Grundy, Mark Harper, Gordon Henderson, David Jones, Tim Loughton, Craig Mackinlay, Stephen McPartland, Esther McVey, Huw Merriman, Anne Marie Morris, Sir Mike Penning, John Redwood, Andrew Rosindell, Henry Smith, Sir Desmond Swayne, Sir Robert Syms, Derek Thomas, Sir Charles Walker, Craig Whittaker, William Wragg. MPs weren't happy when the Prime Minister scuttled off as his predecessor rose to speak. Senate, House, and Governor Election results … The senior Labour politician told LBC radio: "It is shocking but not perhaps that surprising to have a presidential candidate who is currently arguing that votes should not be counted. Questions in the House of Commons to Boris Johnson on 14 October. Those lives matter too and because I cannot see any evidence showing there will be more of those lives impacted than the lives we save, I am unable to support and will vote against these measures this evening.". Theresa May led the backbench revolt against the Government’s coronavirus strategy, after the Prime Minister walked out on his predecessor. Fresh guidance says primary school children do not need to wear face coverings, and older children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities may be exempt from wearing them, depending on their need. It is "perfectly clear" that lockdowns do not work, he adds, but damage the economy and people's mental health. Sign in or Registerif (require.s.contexts._.config.paths['idcta']) {require(['idcta/idcta-1'], function(idcta) {if (idcta && typeof idcta.addUserOrigin === 'function') {idcta.addUserOrigin('id4-cta-42f7e471-6a4e-42e0-8104-d3bdbd3ea70a');}});}. If Donald Trump wins the 2020 presidential election he will rule with "the straight-jacket removed", Nigel Farage has said. "That is not a space we should enter easily. Despite this, even in the South West, hospital admissions are surging and the R-rate is above one across the country, which will push the NHS "ever closer to the moment where it cannot cope". Live Public Service Broadcasting Committee. The Tory MP says that the measures set out in the legislation are not "proportionate or based upon the evidence". The candidates need 270 to win. Well Downing Street did say he'd stayed up watching the US election results... A further 302 people who tested positive for coronavirus have died, bringing the total number of confirmed reported deaths in hospitals in England to 33,637.