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PM urges Manchester mayor to reconsider lockdown rules

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PM urges Manchester mayor to reconsider lockdown rules

PM urges Manchester mayor to reconsider lockdown rules

Boris Johnson has urged Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham to "reconsider and engage constructively" over the imposition of Tier 3 coronavirus restrictions.

The prime minister warned he would intervene if an agreement could not be reached.

Report by Blairm.

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