Labour leader accuses PM of being “behind the curve again” on tackling the spread of coronavirus.
Andy Burnham said "millions of lives" are being "affected by Whitehall diktat".
Government's chaotic coronavirus response is confusing public and abandoning businesses as we head into winter, warn mayors and council chiefs.
Greater Manchester mayor warns 10pm pub curfew may be doing "more harm than good".
Sir Graham Brady tells HuffPost UK he is "very disappointed" about the decision to reimpose restrictions in parts of Greater Manchester.
Health secretary Matt Hancock said following a “significant change” in the level of infection rates, Bolton and Trafford will remain under existing restrictions.
Greater Manchester mayor said people should still not have social gatherings in their homes.
Order already applies to Greater Manchester, other parts of Lancashire and West Yorkshire, as well as Leicester.
The move is so emergency services can "respond as effectively as possible".
Muslims from across the north-west of England say they are "stunned" and "furious" after new local lockdown rules were imposed with just a few hours' notice.