Labor lawmakers will abstain from a key lockdown vote because Tory rebels say they are unforgettable by “rehabilitated” level analysis.
A Commons vote will be held on Tuesday for new approvals Layer level, Which would leave only 1% of the country’s lowest level of restrictions.
Sir Care Starmer said: “It is very important that we act in the national interest as opponents,” he said.
“We have serious confusion about government projects, proposals, but we are not voting for them tomorrow, we are not voting against them.”
In response, the No. 10 Labor leader has been accused of “politicizing the global epidemic instead of working with the government to find a way out for the British people during this difficult time.”
The news came when ministers released an assessment of the impact of the wired system COVID-19 Restrictions before voting.
Boris Johnson is fighting these measures to avoid a harmful conservative uprising, with many of his MPs dissatisfied with the new system that came into effect in England after the second lockdown ended on Wednesday.
A Sky News survey said a total of 655 Terry levels had expressed their dissatisfaction, or said they could not support the move.
Assessing its impact, the government said the new restrictions would have a “significant” impact on the economy, but continued not checking COVID-19 would be “worse” for public health.
Failure to put in place drastic measures will overwhelm the NHS and lead to “unbearable” casualties, the document said.
But in a furious response, a senior Tory MP claimed that there was little new information in the impact assessment.
“With 24 hours to go before members of parliament vote on the new tiered system, the restructuring document makes very little economic proposal that the OBR released last week,” said Mel Stride, chairman of the Treasury Select Committee.
“It is frustrating that there is so little here that determines how different levels can affect specific areas and regions across the country.
“Those looking for additional economic analysis of the new tiered system will struggle to find it in this document.”
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Mark Harper, chairman of the CVVID Recovery Group’s Conservative MP who has expressed skepticism about further restrictions, said the analysis “seems to be breaking down at the doorstep of scrutiny” and “the wheels are revealing the government’s argument”.
Sir Graham Brady, chairman of the 1922 Backbench Torres Committee, said he was almost certain to vote against the government.
Speaking at an online event hosted by the Institute for Economics, he said: “My concerns about the impact on civil liberties and fundamental human rights are there, regardless.
“The real issue is my own constituency [Altrincham and Sale West] It has been done at the wrong level without any justification – if it is not changed it makes it inevitable that I will vote against it. “
99% of England’s population will come down to two tougher levels from Wednesday, which is why the Turis are pushing against these levels.
About 32 million people in England’s 57.3% coverage will fall into Tier 2, but 23.3 million people – 41.5% of the population – will be ranked in the top 3.
Large parts of the Midlands, Northeast and Northwest are subject to the toughest measures.
Hospitality venues will be closed in early Christmas, unless they can provide reception or delivery services and families are not allowed to mix inside the home.
Many MPs questioned the basis of this decision and created fears about the economic impact.
Mr Johnson acknowledged that “a lot of people think they are at the wrong level” but called for action to reduce the spread of the corn virus.
The Prime Minister now said, “It would be wrong to take our legs off the neck of the beast.”
The health secretary has also appealed to Tory MPs to support the tiered system, claiming it is the “best way” to avoid a third national lockdown.
“I urge the entire House of Representatives to vote for a tiered system,” Matt Hancock told a news conference on Downing Street.
Mr Hancock says England’s lockdown This means “We’ve got the virus back under control.” – But caution requires continued caution.
Analysis: The assessment of levels cannot satisfy skeptical MPs
Tom Rainer, political correspondent
Conservative opponents of the new regional level restrictions were very certain of what they wanted to see from the assessment of the impact of the new level system of government.
Mark Harper, former chief whip and chairman of the COVD Recovery Group, said lawmakers needed to know the social and economic impact of “every proposed ban” at every level before voting in the Commons on Tuesday.
But government documents do not.
Instead it says “it is not possible to confidently predict the exact economic impact of a particular change in a certain range”.
There is a recognition that the Office’s latest forecast for budget accountability was based on the Loser level system before the England-wide lockdown, and so the new stronger version of the regional level system could see more short-term economic losses.
However, for example, Tier 2 does not only include an assessment of the economic impact of being able to go to a pub with your own family.
The broad argument of the system described in the document is that ministers have also done so in recent times – since there will be economic and social costs, overwhelming the NHS and taking risks will be “unbearable” for our society.
But considering the vote against the government, repeating this argument may not be enough for the Conservative backbenchers to change their minds.
They know the argument but they want to see strong evidence to justify it and it is not clear that this document will be presumed to have provided it.