Six Nations Odds What Happens If A Player Is Sent Off In The Six Nations?Red cards are surprisingly rare during the Six Nations, but a change in rules has made this more unlikely to continue. Sanctions are generally harsher, depending on the nature of the offence, with player safety at the forefront of the regulations in order to reduce the potential of any serious injury.If a player is sent off during the Six Nations, the referee who gave him his marching orders has to prepare a report for the disciplinary officer.The player will then appear before a three-person hearing. Two of the panel will include former international players, referees or coaches, in order to give more rugby knowledge to the panel who might better understand the circumstances and situation of the offence.Red card hearings will be on the Tuesday following a Saturday match. Therfore, players will not miss a game they might normally have played in if they are found not guilty. Most parties will attend, but video links can be used.Since 2015 the regulations regarding head injuries have been tightened up. Any offence that involves an injury to the head will likely be sanctioned by a red card, with multiple match bans potentially making the player miss the rest of the tournament.A 2017 review devised the current regulations, including the following: a punch to the head of an opponent has a mid-entry punishment of four weeks and dangerous tackles over shoulder height carry bans of between two weeks and a year. Endangering an opponent with any other serious foul play also carries the punishment of a red card.Player representatives can appeal for reduced bans through good disciplinary records and contrition.Dangerous hit: Peter O’Mahony was the latest player to be sent off in the Six Nations (Getty Images)Players to be sent off in the Six NationsWalter Cristofoletto (Italy) – 2000 Expand Expand 2021 Six Nations Referees We give the lowdown on the six venues… Six Nations Venues If you fancy a bet during the 2020… Collapse Who are the referees, touch judges and TMO’s… 2021 Six Nations Referees Also make sure you know about the Fixtures, Injuries, Table, Venues, TV Coverage by clicking on the highlighted links.Finally, don’t forget to follow Rugby World on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram The rules and regulations regarding red cards can be punished in a variety of ways, depending on the severity and nature of the offence. Down to 14: Red cards during the Six Nations are quite rare (Getty Images) Six Nations Fixtures 2022 Six Nations Odds Six Nations Venues Six Nations Fixtures 2022 The 2022 Six Nations… LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Expand Six Nations Fixtures 2022 Alessandro Troncon (Italy) – 2001Scott Murray (Scotland) – 2006Rabah Slimani (France) – 2014Michelle Rozzo (Italy) – 2014Stuart Hogg (Scotland) – 2014Manu Tuilagi (England) – 2020Mohammed Haouas (France) – 2020Peter O’Mahony (Ireland) – 2021 Follow our Six Nations homepage which we update regularly with news and features.
June 12, 2021
December 28, 2020 Find out more Abdel Hussein Khazaal, a correspondent of the US-financed TV station Al-Hurra, was gunned down outside his home. Reporters Without Borders firmly condemns this killing and calls on the Iraqi interim government to conduct a swift and serious investigation. Three jailed reporters charged with “undermining national security” News Organisation A previously unknown group calling itself the Brigades of Imam Al-Hassan Al-Basri has claimed responsibility for today’s murder of a correspondent of the US-financed TV station Al-Hurra. In a message posted on an Islamist website, the group said it had “liquidated the apostate agent Abdel Hussein Khazaal.”The message, which could not be authenticated, accused him “of being a member of the Badr Brigade, the former militia of the Supreme Council of the Islamic Revolution in Irak and of being an Iranian agent.” December 16, 2020 Find out more ———————————————————09.02.2005 Gunmen kill journalist who worked for US-financed TV station Reporters Without Borders firmly condemned the murder today of Abdel Hussein Khazaal, a correspondent of the US-financed, Arabic-language TV station Al-Hurra, who was gunned down outside his home in the southern city of Basra. His three-year-old son, who was with him, was also killed.”This horrible act serves as reminder that Iraq is the world’s most dangerous country for journalists, with 32 killed since the start of the war in March 2003,” the press freedom organization said.”We have the impression that Khazaal was targeted because he worked for a US television station but, in so doing, his killers are not rendering any service to the population, they are slowly killing off news reporting in Iraq and in the end, it is the Iraqis who will pay,” Reporters Without Borders warned.The organization called on the Iraqi interim government to conduct a swift and serious investigation to identify those responsible for the killing.Aged 40, Khazaal and his son Mohammed were slain by gunmen at about 9 a.m. as they were leaving their home in the Mazal neighbourhood of Basra, 550 km south of Baghdad. Khazaal was also head of the press department at the Basra city council and a member of the Shiite party Dawa. He had been in exile under Saddam Hussein. His last report for Al-Hurra (which means “The Free” in Arabic) was about the 30 January elections. Launched in February 2004, the TV station has been branded as a US propaganda tool by a number of imams.Of the total of at least 32 journalists and 15 media assistants killed in Iraq since the start of the war, 26 have been Iraqi. IraqMiddle East – North Africa Receive email alerts to go further News News IraqMiddle East – North Africa February 15, 2021 Find out more News RSF_en Follow the news on Iraq RSF’s 2020 Round-up: 50 journalists killed, two-thirds in countries “at peace” Help by sharing this information Iraq : Wave of arrests of journalists covering protests in Iraqi Kurdistan February 9, 2005 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Unknown group claims killing of Al-Hurra correspondent
June 4, 2021
Advertisement FORMER Limerick city councillor Jack Bourke said this Friday he was shocked to learn of the sudden death of his first cousin, RTE broadcaster, Gerry Ryan.“Gerry’s mother Maureen Bourke, was my aunt. I last met with him about five months ago”.Mr Bourke said he had noticed that the broadcaster had put on an amount of weight in recent months.“I find it unbelievable….his death has come as such a shock”.Gerry Ryan was also related to the late BBC broadcaster Eamonn Andrews, who was married to a sister of Jack Bourke. Facebook Linkedin NewsLocal NewsBourke mourns first cousin Gerry RyanBy admin – April 30, 2010 900 WhatsApp Twitter Email Print Previous article‘An All-Ireland side back in those days would have been something particularly special” – Martin O’NeillNext articleMcEnery appointed liquidator to ‘Limerick Independent’ admin
May 18, 2021
iStock/ChiccoDodiFCBy: JON HAWORTH, ABC News (NEW YORK) — The death of George Floyd, a black man seen in a video pinned down by a white police officer and who later died, has caused outrage in Minneapolis and across the United States. What started as mostly peaceful protests earlier in the week have turned into chaos.City leaders have pleaded with communities to voice their outrage in a lawful manner, but the widespread escalation of protests continued Friday night into Saturday.In the wake of Floyd’s death, murder and manslaughter charges have been filed against Derek Chauvin, one of four officers at the scene, all of whom have been fired. The Department of Justice said a full investigation of the incident is a “top priority.”Prosecutors said Chauvin, seen in the video pressing his knee against Floyd’s neck, had his knee on Floyd’s neck for eight minutes and 46 seconds, including for two minutes and 53 seconds when Floyd was unresponsive.This story will be updated throughout the day. Please check back for updates. All times Eastern.7:38 a.m.: Richmond police investigating shooting incident during protestsThe Richmond Police Department is investigating a shooting that happened during the violent protests overnight.At approximately 1:04 a.m. this morning, officers were notified that an adult male victim had arrived at a local hospital. He was taken there in a private vehicle.The victim suffered a life-threatening gunshot wound when the vehicle he was riding in came in contact with a group of protesters at approximately 12:30 a.m. in the 2000 block of W. Grace Street.Detectives have determined the gunshots came from behind the vehicle. There is no suspect description at this time and the investigation is ongoing.6:35 a.m.: 345 people arrested in New York City on Saturday amid protests, 33 officers injured345 people were arrested in New York City on Saturday night and into early Sunday morning after a second round of protests over the death of George Floyd turned violent.There were also 33 police officers injured and 47 police vehicles were damaged or destroyed.Daytime marches that blocked traffic but were mainly peaceful devolved at night into projectile throwing and the torching of police vehicles.Multiple police vehicles were set on fire or defaced with graffiti.The 33 officers were injured in demonstrations throughout parts of Brooklyn and Manhattan. None of the injuries are life threatening but some are serious.Police faced criticism after video circulated on social media that appeared to show a police SUV pushing a metal barrier into a crowd of demonstrators. Mayor de Blasio, who briefs at 10a, said in a late night news conference the police were put in an impossible situation“I wish the officers found a different approach,” the mayor said. “The protesters on that video did the wrong thing to surround that police car.”6:05 a.m. Police have arrested at least 1,669 people in 22 U.S. cities in the past 3 daysGeorge Floyd was accused by a convenience store clerk on May 25 of attempting to use a counterfeit $20 bill when Minneapolis Police Department officers arrived on scene. About 20 minutes later, Floyd was pronounced dead, and four days later, former officer Derek Chauvin, who is now in police custody, was charged with third-degree murder.5:57 a.m.: At least one killed in Indianapolis in shooting amid protestsPolice Chief Randal Taylor of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department held a press conference late last night confirming that at least one person has been shot and killed and at three more people had been shot throughout the day as protests engulfed the city.Said Taylor: “Earlier this evening our officers worked to protect our residents’ right to peaceful protests. Most of those protesters cooperated and did a fine job. For that, we’re thankful. However, there was a small group of people that escalated to violent acts, including throwing projectiles at officers and breaking windows of government buildings. Since then, we have seen continued and escalating incidents of violence. This includes shots fired and loss of life. This is not acceptable in this community. This behavior will not be tolerated by IMPD. We’re asking that residents who do not live in the downtown area go home. Enough is enough. Indianapolis, we are better than this. Downtown is not safe at this time. Residents who do not live in the downtown area, we’re asking to please vacate the area.”The IMPD did not give any further details on the circumstances around the death of the individual involved in the shooting and said that they had “lost count” of the number of reported shots being fired across the city.4:32 a.m.: 28 arrested in Nashville; horses used to back crowd away from precinctA total of 28 people have been arrested by the Metro Nashville Police Department after the 10 p.m. curfew took effect.Earlier in the day, protesters marched down Broadway and 1st Avenue North arriving at 1 Public Square to continue protesting outside of the Metropolitan Nashville Courthouse.Protesters could be seen shouting “no peace” and “don’t shoot’ as they gathered on the steps of Public Square Park.Protesters reportedly broke out windows of Metro courthouse and spray-painted obscenities against law enforcement on the walls and sidewalk.A group of people also managed to break into the Metro courthouse and set fire to the outside and inside of the building before authorities were able to disperse the crowd using fireworks and a smoke bomb. Protesters could also be seen outside the front of the courthouse burning an American flag.3:39 a.m.: Target temporarily closes 175 stores in 13 states due to protestsTarget released a new statement late Saturday night announcing that they will be temporarily closing 175 stores due to ongoing protests.They have closed 71 stores in Minnesota; 49 stores in California; four stores in Colorado; two stores in Georgia; seven stores in Illinois; one store in Michigan; five stores in Missouri; 12 stores in New York; one store in Nebraska; eight stores in Oregon; four stores in Pennsylvania; nine stores in Texas; and two stores in Wisconsin.Team members impacted by store closures will be paid for up to 14 days of scheduled hours during store closures, including COVID-19 premium pay.2:43 a.m.: No civilian or officer injuries as ‘dozens’ arrested in MinneapolisMinnesota’s commissioner of corrections says they’re still working to finalize the total arrest numbers from overnight but that, to his knowledge, dozens had been arrested by 10 p.m. local time.Commissioner Paul Schnell said “rapid response teams” were working to break-up small groups still roaming the streets of Minneapolis overnight.They reported no injuries among people in the streets as well as to responding officers.Authorities shutdown major freeways in the city and closed off key routes between Minneapolis and St. Paul to prevent groups from moving between the two cities. A police line blocked the Ford Parkway Bridge.It was a very different night compared to what happened on Friday in Minneapolis. Local authorities said Saturday’s law enforcement response would be noticeably different and it seems that the new tactics along with more manpower was working.Authorities launched an aggressive operation to disperse the crowd of hundreds that gathered around the Precinct 5 police department. Thursday, protesters burned the Precinct 3 department to the ground. About 40 minutes after Saturday’s 8 p.m. curfew began, riot police seemed to appear from every direction, dozens coming off of city buses and deploying flashbangs and tear gas.“I believe tonight went far better than expected,” Schnell said. He called Saturday night’s effort to clear the crowd of demonstrators a “decisive and strong action.”The response certainly appeared more aggressive than nights before and seems to have been successful in helping authorities reclaiming the streets of the Twin Cities.There were no major fires like the ones that burned in the days prior. The question now is what will Sunday bring to this city. Police believe they’ve “drawn a line” and made progress.Said the commissioner: “We’re in this until this is addressed. We don’t feel that we’re out of this yet. We’re seeing this types of issues occurring across the nation.”2:02 a.m.: Atlanta police arrest 70 people, majority of protesters have now dispersedAtlanta Police have issued a statement saying that they are no longer working any major incidents and the vast majority of protesters have dispersed.A total of 70 people have been arrested Saturday night into Sunday morning.“As of 1:30 a.m., APD officers were not working any major incidents and it appeared that the vast majority of protesters had dispersed. Officers arrested 70 individuals Saturday night, into Sunday morning,” the APD said in the statement.1:42 a.m.: Denver authorities arrest 18 as protests ease from previous two nightsDenver officials say a curfew helped keep Saturday night’s protests around the state capitol much more peaceful than the previous two nights when businesses, city and state buildings took significant damage.“We’re serious about this. This was not a game to be played. Lives were at stake. Very serious property damage was at stake. We weren’t going to stand for it again in this city,” Denver Mayor Michael Hancock told ABC News’ Denver affiliate KMGH-TV. “We meant this curfew. We will continue to enforce it accordingly.”The Denver Police Chief told KMGH-TV that the department arrested 18 people Saturday night, including one man allegedly carrying this handgun illegally.Throughout the day and evening, several skirmishes broke out between police and protesters, who built makeshift roadblocks and set them on fire as police in riot gear advanced, firing teargas to clear the streets. One woman was reportedly shot at point blank range in the back by an officer firing a pepper ball round and several cars were also burned.Things are mostly quiet now, with a few remaining protesters and police on the streets. Denver’s curfew is in effect until 5 a.m. local time and again on Sunday night.1:34 a.m.: Houston mayor says George Floyd’s body will return to HoustonHouston Mayor Sylvester Turner has said the body of Houston native George Floyd will return to the city.Turner spoke to the community late Saturday afternoon and encourage residents to protest peacefully, after looting was reported on the first night.“This is our house. This is the same city that George Floyd grew up,” Turner said. “And his body will be returning to this city. To his city.”Fort Bend Memorial Planning Center in Rosharon, Texas, posted a flyer on Facebook with a picture of Floyd, stating funeral arrangements are forthcoming.Floyd’s family and attorneys have yet to confirm funeral arrangements for the 46-year-old.“The focus needs to be on supporting and uplifting his family. And that’s what I want to keep bringing this conversation to. George Floyd. It’s not about these other individuals, who won’t be a moment. It’s about George Floyd, and justice for George Floyd,” said Turner.1:12 a.m.: Protests mount in Ferguson, MissouriFerguson, Missouri, tonight has taken a violent turn as protesters have vandalized the police department.Notably, Ferguson was the center of civil of unrest in 2014 after the fatal police shooting of Mike Brown by police officer Darrel Wilson.Per the St. Louis County Police Department, all non-essential personnel have been evacuated at the Ferguson Police Department.Missouri Governor Mike Parson declared a state of emergency late Saturday and activated the Missouri National Guard to stand ready to assist.A total of two officers were injured and transported to the hospital while two others were treated on the scene for minor injuries.Crowds have now dispersed and officers will continue patrol for the night.12:53 a.m.: Miami-Dade Police arrest 38 people, suspends all transit services on SundayThe Miami-Dade Police Department have announced that 38 people have been arrested so far after Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez signed a local state of emergency declaration, ordering a curfew that took place at 10 p.m. last night until 6 a.m. on Sunday after some protesters began to burn police cars at the Miami Police Station.The Department of Transportation and Public Works also has suspended all Miami-Dade Transit services on Sunday, May 31, including Metrorail, Metromover and Metrobus. This decision was made in an abundance of caution, and to ensure the safety of all passengers and employees, according to a statement released by Miami-Dade County.12:46 a.m.: Biden releases statement on protests, urges understanding but cautions against ‘needless destruction’Former vice president Joe Biden released a paper statement just after midnight eastern on the ongoing unrest and protests currently gripping several major American cities, urging an understanding of the trauma many people of color in America are facing in the wake of George Floyd’s death, but also speaking out against the “needless destruction,” that is playing out as a result of the protests.“These last few days have laid bare that we are a nation furious at injustice. Every person of conscience can understand the rawness of the trauma people of color experience in this country, from the daily indignities to the extreme violence, like the horrific killing of George Floyd,” Biden wrote.“Protesting such brutality is right and necessary. It’s an utterly American response. But burning down communities and needless destruction is not. Violence that endangers lives is not. Violence that guts and shutters businesses that serve the community is not,” he added.The presumptive Democratic nominee also added that the protests going on tonight should not overshadow the cause they are trying to advance.“The act of protesting should never be allowed to overshadow the reason we protest. It should not drive people away from the just cause that protest is meant to advance,” Biden wrote.Biden also acknowledged the widespread pain across the country, not only from the pain of Floyd’s death, but from coronavirus as well, relating to the feeling of grief, but implored the country to use the current anger to “compel our nation across this turbulent threshold into the next phase of progress, inclusion, and opportunity for our great democracy.”“I know that there are people all across this country who are suffering tonight. Suffering the loss of a loved one to intolerable circumstances, like the Floyd family, or to the virus that is still gripping our nation. Suffering economic hardships, whether due to COVID-19 or entrenched inequalities in our system. And I know that a grief that dark and deep may at times feel too heavy to bear,” Biden said.“I know.”“And I also know that the only way to bear it is to turn all that anguish to purpose. So tonight, I ask all of America to join me — not in denying our pain or covering it over– but using it to compel our nation across this turbulent threshold into the next phase of progress, inclusion, and opportunity for our great democracy.”“We are a nation in pain, but we must not allow this pain to destroy us. We are a nation enraged, but we cannot allow our rage to consume us. We are a nation exhausted, but we will not allow our exhaustion to defeat us,” the statement said.Biden also pledged, if elected, to help lead a conversation on the issues that have caused the current unrest, and referenced again his recent conversation with George Floyd’s family and a promise he made to ensure his death will not just be a “hashtag.”“As President, I will help lead this conversation — and more importantly, I will listen. I will keep the commitment I made to George’s brother, Philonise, that George will not just be a hashtag. We must and will get to a place where everyone, regardless of race, believes that ‘to protect and serve’ means to protect and serve them,” Biden wrote.“Please stay safe. Please take care of each other,” he added, ending his statement.12:39 a.m.: Los Angeles issues mandatory curfew for the entire cityThe Los Angeles Police Department has issued a mandatory curfew from 8 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. for the entire city. No one is allowed on the streets and people found in violation of this order are subject to arrest.The LAPD initially issued the curfew for the downtown area of the city but have now expanded it to include the entire city.ABC News’ Aaron Katersky, Ahmad Hemingway, Alexandra Faul, Marcus Moore, Clayton Sandell, Bonnie McLean, Sarah Shales and John Verhovek contributed to this report.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
May 3, 2021
Bearded Villains Give Back To The CommunityOCTOBER 27TH, 2018 TOWNSEND OUTLAW EVANSVILLE, INDIANAA group of bearded men is using their facial hair to raise money for organizations and charities.The Bearded Villains of Indiana, Evansville Chapter hosted “Battle Of The Beards”, Evansville’s first beard competition. The event was held to raise awareness and money for “Soldiers Dogs for Independence”, an organization that pairs Tri-State veterans with local rescue dogs for companionship and assistance. The Bearded Villain members say helping other is what the group is all about.James Decker, a member of the Bearded Villains explained “Do your best every day to give to somebody who needs it. I mean that’s pretty much what this is. I mean Soldier Dogs is a cause, it’s an actual cause, but there are people that you run into every day that needs something.”A little over $1,000 was raised through competition entry’s alone. The Bearded Villains say they hope to hold the event again next year. FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
May 3, 2021
APRIL 24th, 2018 JEFF GOLDBERG EVANSVILLE, INDIANAThe temperature in the Evansville City Council chambers was as hot as the decibels they were discussing. The air conditioning may have been broken and the sheer number of people inside of the chambers caused the heat and a proposed citywide noise ordinance lead to a heated discussion.The ordinance, which was put forth by council members Connie Robinson and Dan Adams, looks to make a more comprehensive noise ordinance for the city.As it stands right now, the noise ordinance in the city is only enforceable by the local EPA and there is just one member of the Evansville EPA and he heads home at 5 PM. That ordinance more focuses on industrial sound. The ordinance that was up for discussion at Monday’s council meeting would make clear definitions for how loud people and establishments can be in different areas of the city and at different times of the day. As well, the ordinance could be enforced by local police.The discussion of the ordinance opened up with comments by members of the council. This was highlighted by a discussion on if the ordinance would be the correct use of police resources. Councilwoman Mosby argued that it would not, and she was quickly rebuffed by Councilman Adams, who say there are already 1,900 noise related complaints yearly.The heated part of the discussion really opened up when the public got involved. Their comments showed a clear divide: is this a citywide problem or just a problem in one neighborhood? This was exemplified when after the first person up to the microphone said this problem effects everyone in Evansville, the next woman up pointed directly to KC’s Marina Pointe.For their part, many members of KC’s Marina Pointe were on hand to show what improvements they are making to stifle the noise the popular bar makes on a nightly basis. They say they’ve added around $120,000 dollars to the bar to help make sure the sound stays in the bar.Many people spoke for and against the noise ordinance, a few neighborhood presidents were there to speak against, saying members of their respective neighborhoods have been complaining for years.The true standout of the public was a local auctioneer who pointed out how this ordinance could really be a potential pitfall for him. Jonathan Embry said that when he holds estate sales at people’s home a crowd of nearly 100 could show up. That on top of a PA system would certainly be above the residential noise ordinance as proposed, Embry says.It was those fears that led Councilwoman Robinson to ask for a 30 day table for the measure. After Councilman Dan McGinn pointed out this table may actually save the ordinance, the month long table was voted for unanimously.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
April 21, 2021
Retail sales of sweet bakery products, such as doughnuts and muffins, rose by 4.8% in 2005 to £1.3bn, in part thanks to coffee shops giving consumers a taste for premium products, according to research by TNS for Rich Products.Rich’s UK sales and marke-ting director Simon Richardson said the higher demand for premium bakery products means sales growth potential in both catering and retailing. “It stands to reason that these expectations transfer to other areas of foodservice as well as retail, where low-cost multi-pack products are not hitting the mark,” said Richardson. “As consumers trade up, the opportunity for profit is immense.”TNS found that foodservice sales of muffins rose by 19% in 2005. In the retail sector, sales of slab cakes were up by 12%, pastry tarts by 10.2%, cupcakes by 35.6% and cookies by 4.1%. Rich has introduced “larger and sweeter” cupcakes than those traditionally made in the UK.TNS also concluded that more frequent snacking was helping to even out demand for sweet bakery products throughout the day, although the wish for “something special” was still behind 29% of purchases. For another 19% of consumers, purchases were prompted by ‘favourite’ products and, for 17%, the main reason for buying sweet bakery products was “social/entertaining”. It also pointed to a 2% increase in two years in consumption by men.Rich has a cookie factory in Kidderminster and a bakery in Fareham, Hampshire, producing mainly David Powell product ranges. It makes frozen and ambient products for the retail and catering markets, as well as non-dairy toppings and icings for manufacturers.
April 20, 2021
South West case detection rates in all age groups case detection rates in the over-60s the rate at which cases are rising or falling positivity rate (the number of positive cases detected as a percentage of tests taken) pressure on the NHS The indicators are designed to provide a full picture of what is happening with the virus in any area so that suitable action can be taken.Each bullet point on this list constitutes an ‘area’ for the purposes of guidance.Find out more information on tiers, including what you can and cannot do in each tier.Tier 1: Medium alertSouth West Derby and Derbyshire Leicester City and Leicestershire Lincolnshire Northamptonshire Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Tier 2: High alertNo areas are currently in Tier 2.Tier 3: Very High alertEast Midlands replaced by National lockdown – Stay at Home,Decisions on which area goes into which tier are primarily based on 5 key epidemiological indicators: London Herefordshire Shropshire, and Telford and Wrekin Worcestershire North East Combined Authority (this area includes the local authorities of County Durham, Gateshead, South Tyneside and Sunderland) North of Tyne Combined Authority (this area includes the local authorities of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, North Tyneside and Northumberland) Tees Valley Combined Authority (this area includes the local authorities of Darlington, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Redcar and Cleveland, and Stockton-on-Tees) North West West Midlands East of England West Midlands City of York and North Yorkshire The Humber: East Riding of Yorkshire, Kingston upon Hull/Hull, North East Lincolnshire and North Lincolnshire South Yorkshire (Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotheram, Sheffield) West Yorkshire (Bradford, Calderdale, Kirklees, Leeds, Wakefield) Tier 4: Stay at HomeEast Midlands Berkshire Brighton and Hove, East Sussex and West Sussex Buckinghamshire Hampshire, Southampton and Portsmouth Isle of Wight Kent and Medway Oxfordshire Surrey South East Bedford, Central Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes Cambridgeshire Essex, Southend-on-Sea and Thurrock Hertfordshire Norfolk Peterborough Suffolk Rutland North West Birmingham, Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall and Wolverhampton Coventry Solihull Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Warwickshire All 32 London boroughs plus City of London North East Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Gloucestershire (Cheltenham, Cotswold, Forest of Dean, Gloucester City, Stroud and Tewkesbury) Somerset (Mendip, Sedgemoor, Somerset West and Taunton, and South Somerset) Swindon Liverpool City Region Bath and North East Somerset Bristol Cornwall Devon, Plymouth and Torbay Dorset North Somerset South Gloucestershire Wiltshire South West Yorkshire and The Humber Cumbria Greater Manchester Lancashire, Blackburn with Darwen, and Blackpool Warrington and Cheshire Region Isles of Scilly
October 18, 2020