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Preston ‘will go into lockdown in days’ after surge in coronavirus cases and fury over nightclub re- – The Sun

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PRESTON could be plunged into fresh lockdown amid a surge in coronavirus cases and fury over a nightclub re-opening.
The city is now teetering on the brink – with the strict measures potentially slapped on Preston within just days.
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The ramped-up lockdown rules would see Preston follow in the footsteps of nearby East Lancashire, Greater Manchester and parts of West Yorkshi…

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LIVE: Andy Burnham’s coronavirus press conference after Greater Manchester’s new lockdown measures – Manchester Evening News

New lockdown measures were introduced in Greater Manchester

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This afternoon Andy Burnham will hold the latest Greater Manchester press conference on the coronavirus situation here.
He will be joined by Sir Richard Leese, leader of Manchester council and the regions health lead.
Todays update comes five days into new lockdown measures for the conurbation, announced by the health secretary last Thursday night.
Those were introduced on Friday amid fears that infection rates were on the rise in almost every borough, in some cases significantly.
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Tesla touchscreen wiper controls land driver with fine after crash – BBC News

A driver using the touchscreen controls for windscreen wipers was distracted, a German court says.

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Tesla’s touchscreen car controls should be treated as a distracting electronic device, a German court has decided.
A driver found himself facing a road ban after being involved in a crash in the rain.
The Tesla automatically started its wipers – but manually controlling the speed was done through the large central touchscreen, rather than a lever on the steering wheel.
The driver was punished under the same rules as using a phone while driving.
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