Disappointment. Anger. Confusion. Just some of the emotions being felt by business owners and their staff bearing the brunt of coronavirus restrictions in England. On Thursday, the government confirmed its decision that will see 99% of the population living under the two toughest levels.Around 32 million people are being placed under Tier 2 restrictions, while a further 23.3 million face Tier 3 rules.So if it looks, feels and smells like lockdown – is England effectively still in lockdown?On this edition of the Sky News Daily podcast with Dermot Murnaghan, we discuss the impact on the hospitality sector and night-time economy with UK Hospitality chief executive Kate Nicholls and Alan Miller, honorary trustee at the Night Time Industries Association and co-founder of campaign group Recovery. Advertisement Plus, analysis and opinion from our deputy political editor Sam Coates.Subscribe to the Daily podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, SpreakerDaily podcast team:
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