MPs To Vote On Second Lockdown This Afternoon – Plans Set To Pass, Yet Criticism Mounts

Following a debate scheduled for this afternoon, the House of Commons will vote on whether to agree to a second national lockdown.

The Prime Minister’s plan is expected to pass, particularly with the support of the Labour Party, yet opposition, including from Conservative backbenchers, is adding pressure on Boris Johnson over his widely unpopular measures.

If the pans are approved, pubs, bars, restaurants and non-essential shops will close across England from this coming Thursday and stay shut until the 2nd December.

Members of the public in England will also be told to stay at home apart from when attending school, college, university, work or to go food shopping.

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