will today beg MPs to keep the faith in his coronavirus strategy by warning deaths this winter could be double the first wave unless they back his blanket lockdown. The Prime Minister will use a statement to the Commons this afternoon to say there is 'no alternative' about imposing four weeks of draconian curbs across England 방콕골프 to wrestle down the resurgent virus. Mr Johnson will move to reassure MPs that he will 'seek to ease' the crackdown on December 2 and return to the localised tiered system, despite suggestions from yesterday the time could be extended beyond Christmas. tried to soothe angry Tory backbenchers this morning by insisting the measures will be legally ended on the date. He said the 'hope and expectation' was that the virus would be at a low enough level by then, although he admitted they will be kept under review. However Cabinet ministers are privately warning that lockdown could stretch well into next month if hospitalisations remain high and that 'all bets are off' for Christmas. has said will vote with the , meaning the lockdown will likely sail through the Commons. But hawkish Tory backbenchers are gearing up for a damaging mutiny, 방콕골프 warning that the limits on freedoms are like in a 'totalitarian state'. Sir Graham Brady, chairman of the powerful 1922 committee, led the backlash of MPs, telling the BBC's Westminster Hour last night: 'If these kinds of measures were being taken in any totalitarian country around the world we would be denouncing it as a form of evil.
And here the removal of people's fundamental liberties is going almost without comment.' In another tumultuous day of coronavirus developments: Shares in retail and leisure firms have plummeted as the stock market reacted to Mr Johnson's hastily released plans; Mr Sunak has revealed that support for the self-employed is set to be boosted along with furlough, which has been extended for the duration of the national lockdown;Wales has insisted that its 'firebreak' lockdown will end on November 9 despite the move in England, as the divisions within the UK widened alarmingly;There are complaints that a model suggesting 4,000 people a day could be dying from coronavirus by next month could be four or five times too high and is already out of date; SAGE experts have claimed thousands of lives could have been saved if the government had moved to lock down earlier;The government is facing demands for outdoor sports such as tennis and golf to be exempted from the looming lockdown. (Image: start) Boris Johnson on Saturday night plunging England into another full-scale national lockdown to stop the spread of the virus
(Image: [[|]]) (Image: [[|]]) (Image: [[|]]) Sir Graham Brady, chairman of the powerful 1922 committee, led the backlash of MPs
<div class=«art-ins mol-factbox news halfRHS» data-version=«2» id=«mol-ab1adb30-1ce3-11eb-955c-77349e9eebcc» website will tell MPs Covid deaths will be 'TWICE as bad' as Spring