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Hull, Manchester, Bristol, Newcastle, Leeds and Scarborough are among the places that are most at risk of entering the toughest local lockdown tier when England emerges from its second national coronavirus shutdown.

The four-week lockdown is due to end on December 2, but it could be extended by days or even weeks – a move that would require the approval of MPs.

The Government is hoping for a return to the pre-lockdown system of local tiers. If that happens, it could include new or tougher restrictions on households socialising over Christmas and the winter months.

Based on the current rates of new cases of Covid-19, northern England could be hit the hardest by a return to a tiered system, after many places were already in Tier 3, the most severe category.

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The Government will decide next week how to end the current lockdown as scientists warned a tougher tier system is needed until vaccines can drive back the Covid-19 pandemic.

Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick said on Tuesday that ministers want to see a "significant easing" of coronavirus controls when the lockdown in England is lifted on December 2, but suggested tighter controls may be needed in the top Tier 3.

It comes after Susan Hopkins, medical director of Public Health England (PHE) and chief medical adviser to NHS Test and Trace, said ministers would have to look at "strengthening" the tier system.

Here are some of the places in England that are most at risk of going into the toughest tier while the UK battles a second wave of the virus.

Hull

Hull, East Yorkshire, had England's worst infection rate (776.4 new cases per 100,000 people) for the seven days to November 12, up from 686.0 the previous week.

Julia Weldon, the director of public health for Hull City Council, said last week that the city will be in the highest tier when the national lockdown ends because its current rate is so high.

She told BBC Look North: "The levels we are at means we will definitely be in Tier 3 at the end of this lockdown.

Where Tier 3 restrictions were in place at the end of October
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“It’s really hard to say how long for but for a few weeks after that potentially.

“I hope then we will see rates plateau and then go down we might be able to have lower restrictions at Christmas but everyone needs to play their part."

The latest rate for the East Riding of Yorkshire was 493.9, up from 389.2 a week ago.

Greater Manchester

Last Friday, Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham told business leaders there is a "strong chance" the region will return to Tier 3 when the lockdown ends, BusinessLive reported.

It came after he said hospitals in the region were experiencing "quite a lot of pressure" and that was expected to increase in coming weeks, although infection rates in the area had started to come down.

Oldham has the second highest infection rate (598.0) in England, but it is down sharply from 800.5 the previous week.

Rochdale's rate has dropped to 531.0 from 619.1, and Bury's fell to 492.7 from 599.0.

Rates are also high, but dropping, in Wigan (464.9), Salford (462.8) and Bolton (449.0).

The rate for Manchester has come down to 385.3 from 458.3.

Elsewhere in the North West, the Liverpool City Region, which was in Tier 3 previously, is hoping to be placed in Tier 2 when the lockdown ends.

Oldham has the second highest infection rate in England
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Bristol

Southern England has so far managed to avoid Tier 3 lockdown restrictions.

But cases have soared in Bristol and officials there are worried.

The current rate for the City of Bristol is 486.6, up slightly from 453.0.

The council has said the city is at a "very critical point" as coronavirus cases continue to rise, BristolLive reported.

Mayor Marvin Rees said he didn't want the city to be place into Tier 3 after the lockdown.

Kent

There are fears Kent, or parts of it, could find themselves in Tier 3 at Christmas due to rising rates.

Swale saw one of the biggest week-on-week jumps (to 531.0 from 265.9, giving it the highest rate in southern England), while Thanet's rate is also high (climbing to 481.3 from 267.0).

Thanet Council leader Cllr Rick Everitt said:“If the numbers don’t fall we face the threat of continuing restrictions when the national lockdown is reviewed in December, which will have a further effect on everyone’s lives, as well as the local economy.”

Lancashire

A woman wears a face mask on a a street in Blackburn
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These were the Tier 3 restrictions before the national lockdown
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Lancashire was moved into Tier 3 in the middle of October as Covid-19 rates soared, and parts of the county could remain in that category despite falling rates.

Blackburn with Darwen has the third highest rate in England – 597.2, which is down from 737.5 the previous week.

Preston's rate has dropped slightly to 466.0 from 470.9.

Rates also remain high in Pendle (408.2), Burnley (394.7), Hyndburn (378.8) and Rossendale (367.9), Ribble Valley (328.5) and Blackpool (319.8).

Businesses and organisations in Lancaster have called to be separated from the rest of the county when tier discussions take place, LancsLive reported.

Lancaster has the lowest infection rate in the county (143.1).

West Yorkshire

West Yorkshire was due to be placed in Tier 3 on November 2, but the move was postponed due to the national shutdown.

It could enter Tier 3 come the first week of December.

Kirklees has the fourth highest rate (577.3, up from 564.4 (2482), while Bradford's is seventh (545.6, downfrom 576.9).

Infection rates remain high in Wakefield (499.6), Calderdale (485.7) and Leeds (445.3), which have increases since last week.

South Yorkshire

South Yorkshire was in Tier 3 when the country's lockdown began earlier this month.

It could remain in the toughest category if there is a return to the localised system next month, although rates have been dropping.

Barnsley's rate has come down to 407.5 from 503.9 in a single week, with decreases also seen in Rotherham (386.6) and Doncaster (371.9).

The rate in Sheffield has fallen to 304.0 from 386.4.

Scarborough

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The rate of Covid-19 cases in Yorkshire & the Humber
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Officials in North Yorkshire say they have seen a surge in Covid-19 cases in recent weeks.

Scarborough, which was previously in Tier 1, now has England's second worst infection rate (595.8, up from 345.7).

Redcar and Cleveland has also seen its rate soar to 504.6 from 388.6.

Cllr Steve Siddons, the leader of Scarborough Borough Council, has expressed concerns the area will be placed into Tier 3 after the national lockdown.

He told Greatest Hits Radio on Tuesday: "If we don't get this under control by the 2nd of December, my fear is that if we go back to the tier system, then we'll be on Tier 3 in this borough, and that will mean continued closure of all the businesses that are closed at the moment and that's not good for anybody in the run up to Christmas."

He shot down claims that visitors are primarily to blame, adding: "Visitors shouldn't come to the coast during this lockdown period, but what we shouldn't do is concentrate on visitors because from the evidence we've seen so far, it doesn't suggest visitors are the primary cause, it seems to be caused by local people transmitting locally."

North East

Rates have been climbing in the North East, which had been in danger of being moved into Tier 3 when the figures were lower.

Hartlepool now has the fifth highest rate in England, surging to 570.1 from 389.7 in seven days.

There have also been sharp increases in Middlesbrough (500.8), Gateshead (450.4), Newcastle (445.1), Sunderland (421.3), North Tyneside (432.4) South Tyneside (427.9), and County Durham (405.4).

The latest R number by region in England, as of November 13

Leicestershire

Leicester was the first place to be plunged into a local lockdown before the new tiered system was introduced.

It was heading for Tier 3 before the latest national shutdown was imposed, public health officials said.

The East Midlands city's rate has continued to climb, jumping to 527.6 to 406.2 in the latest week where data is available.

In Leicestershire, the rate in Oadby and Wigston has increased to 508.6 from 363.1. Melton's rate has gone up to 460.9 from 279.2.

County council public health director Mike Sandys said if the national lockdown ended today it is likely Leicestershire would go into Tier 3, LeicestershireLive reported.

Lincolnshire

North and North East Lincolnshire were moved into Tier 2 just days before the national lockdown began.

Their rates remain above the national average (545.2 in North East Lincolnshire and 433.0 in North Lincolnshire).

The rate in East Lindsey (529.2) is also high, as is that in Boston (477.4).

Derbyshire

All of Derbyshire was moved into Tier 2 just before England's second shutdown went into effect.

At least parts of the county could be in danger of moving into Tier 3 when the lockdown is lifted.

Some of the county's highest current rates are in Amber Valley (453.4), Bolsover (449.3), Derby (441.5) and South Derbyshire (389.7).

Warrington

Warrington, Cheshire, had a rate of 341 when it agreed to move to Tier 3 in the last week of October.

Its current rate is 312.4, down from 412.4 last week.

If the rate continues to drop over the next two weeks, Warrington could avoid a return to Tier 3.

Nottinghamshire

All of Nottingham was placed in Tier 3 shortly before the national lockdown was announced.

But rates have fallen considerably since then.

Nottingham's rate is now 269.5 after soaring above 700 a month ago.

Bassetlaw has a rate of 408.7, followed by Mansfield (341.2) and Ashfield (312.7).

Last week, Alison Challenger, director of public health for Nottingham City, told NottinghamshireLive that "rates have to be a lot lower than they are now" if the county wants to be in a lower tier level come December.

Latest Covid-19 rates in England

Deaths involving coronavirus in England and Wales have gone up in recent weeks
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The figures, for the seven days to November 12, are based on tests carried out in laboratories (pillar one of the Government's testing programme) and in the wider community (pillar two).

The rate is expressed as the number of new cases per 100,000 people.

Data for the most recent four days (November 13-16) has been excluded as it is incomplete and does not reflect the true number of cases.

A majority of areas in England (238 out of 315) have seen a rise in case rates.

Hull has the highest rate in England, with 2,017 new cases recorded in the seven days to November 12 – the equivalent of 776.4 cases per 100,000 people.

This is up from 686.0 cases per 100,000 in the seven days to November 5.

Oldham has the second highest rate, which has fallen from 800.5 to 598.0, with 1,418 new cases.

This is the largest week-on-week drop in rates in the country.

Blackburn with Darwen is in third place, where the rate has dropped from 737.5 to 597.2, with 894 new cases.

Areas recording the biggest week-on-week jumps include Boston (up from 189.5 to 477.4, with 335 new cases), Swale (up from 265.9 to 531.0, with 797 new cases) and Scarborough (up from 345.7 to 595.8, with 648 new cases).

The list has been calculated by the PA news agency and is based on Public Health England data published on November 16 on the Government's coronavirus dashboard.

Here is the list in full.

From left to right, it reads: name of local authority; rate of new cases in the seven days to November 12; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to November 12; rate of new cases in the seven days to November 5; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to November 5.

Kingston upon Hull, City of 776.4 (2017), 686.0 (1782)

Oldham 598.0 (1418), 800.5 (1898)

Blackburn with Darwen 597.2 (894), 737.5 (1104)

Scarborough 595.8 (648), 345.7 (376)

Kirklees 577.3 (2539), 564.4 (2482)

Hartlepool 570.1 (534), 389.7 (365)

Bradford 545.6 (2945), 576.9 (3114)

North East Lincolnshire 545.2 (870), 648.0 (1034)

Stoke-on-Trent 543.7 (1394), 435.3 (1116)

Dudley 542.6 (1745), 443.7 (1427)

Swale 531.0 (797), 265.9 (399)

Rochdale 531.0 (1181), 619.1 (1377)

East Lindsey 529.2 (750), 328.8 (466)

Leicester 527.6 (1869), 406.2 (1439)

Oadby and Wigston 508.6 (290), 363.1 (207)

Redcar and Cleveland 504.6 (692), 388.6 (533)

Middlesbrough 500.8 (706), 385.9 (544)

Wakefield 499.6 (1740), 497.5 (1733)

Sandwell 494.4 (1624), 433.9 (1425)

East Riding of Yorkshire 493.9 (1685), 389.2 (1328)

Bury 492.7 (941), 599.0 (1144)

Bristol, City of 486.6 (2255), 453.0 (2099)

Calderdale 485.7 (1027), 431.8 (913)

Thanet 481.3 (683), 267.0 (379)

Boston 477.4 (335), 189.5 (133)

Preston 466.0 (667), 470.9 (674)

Wigan 464.9 (1528), 626.5 (2059)

Salford 462.8 (1198), 591.5 (1531)

Melton 460.9 (236), 279.2 (143)

Amber Valley 453.4 (581), 426.9 (547)

Gateshead 450.4 (910), 416.7 (842)

South Staffordshire 450.0 (506), 474.0 (533)

Bolsover 449.3 (362), 489.1 (394)

Bolton 449.0 (1291), 547.4 (1574)

Leeds 445.3 (3532), 437.2 (3468)

Newcastle upon Tyne 445.1 (1348), 349.7 (1059)

Derby 441.5 (1136), 442.7 (1139)

Newcastle-under-Lyme 440.4 (570), 448.1 (580)

Blaby 439.3 (446), 321.1 (326)

Lincoln 439.1 (436), 314.2 (312)

This chart shows the daily number of confirmed cases in the UK
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East Staffordshire 435.1 (521), 379.1 (454)

North Lincolnshire 433.0 (746), 322.7 (556)

North Tyneside 432.4 (899), 317.9 (661)

Tamworth 431.6 (331), 382.0 (293)

Stockton-on-Tees 428.2 (845), 405.9 (801)

South Tyneside 427.9 (646), 327.2 (494)

Lichfield 426.7 (447), 347.5 (364)

Sunderland 421.3 (1170), 360.5 (1001)

North West Leicestershire 420.8 (436), 277.0 (287)

Stafford 419.6 (576), 392.6 (539)

Tameside 419.4 (950), 491.4 (1113)

Bassetlaw 408.7 (480), 481.0 (565)

Pendle 408.2 (376), 466.8 (430)

Barnsley 407.5 (1006), 503.9 (1244)

Walsall 406.0 (1159), 362.5 (1035)

County Durham 405.4 (2149), 344.1 (1824)

Burnley 394.7 (351), 404.9 (360)

Staffordshire Moorlands 394.2 (388), 379.9 (374)

North Warwickshire 392.3 (256), 306.4 (200)

South Derbyshire 389.7 (418), 417.7 (448)

Rotherham 386.6 (1026), 461.2 (1224)

Manchester 385.3 (2130), 458.3 (2534)

Charnwood 384.7 (715), 387.4 (720)

Birmingham 380.9 (4349), 327.2 (3736)

Hyndburn 378.8 (307), 462.7 (375)

Doncaster 371.9 (1160), 485.1 (1513)

Rossendale 367.9 (263), 484.0 (346)

Telford and Wrekin 366.4 (659), 312.5 (562)

Nuneaton and Bedworth 362.6 (471), 233.3 (303)

Cannock Chase 362.2 (365), 329.5 (332)

Trafford 361.5 (858), 388.4 (922)

Wolverhampton 355.8 (937), 331.5 (873)

Slough 344.4 (515), 236.1 (353)

South Gloucestershire 342.3 (976), 305.5 (871)

Mansfield 341.2 (373), 380.6 (416)

Darlington 340.8 (364), 320.2 (342)

Stockport 339.1 (995), 391.9 (1150)

Redditch 337.8 (288), 308.5 (263)

Hinckley and Bosworth 335.9 (380), 249.3 (282)

Ribble Valley 328.5 (200), 367.9 (224)

Erewash 324.2 (374), 256.6 (296)

Harborough 320.9 (301), 208.9 (196)

Blackpool 319.8 (446), 330.6 (461)

Knowsley 318.8 (481), 325.5 (491)

Havering 317.9 (825), 269.3 (699)

Solihull 317.5 (687), 279.1 (604)

Cheshire West and Chester 313.1 (1074), 253.6 (870)

Ashfield 312.7 (400), 330.7 (423)

Warrington 312.4 (656), 412.4 (866)

Chesterfield 307.0 (322), 339.4 (356)

Northumberland 306.4 (988), 220.5 (711)

Sheffield 304.0 (1778), 386.4 (2260)

Dartford 303.7 (342), 206.9 (233)

High Peak 300.0 (278), 310.8 (288)

Fylde 295.9 (239), 272.3 (220)

Liverpool 291.9 (1454), 272.5 (1357)

North Kesteven 291.7 (341), 263.4 (308)

Sefton 290.5 (803), 268.1 (741)

Portsmouth 288.5 (620), 218.7 (470)

North Somerset 287.8 (619), 237.2 (510)

West Lancashire 286.9 (328), 316.7 (362)

Wyre Forest 285.3 (289), 264.6 (268)

Northampton 284.9 (640), 241.8 (543)

Bromsgrove 283.3 (283), 212.3 (212)

Harrogate 282.9 (455), 276.7 (445)

Medway 281.1 (783), 174.1 (485)

Richmondshire 281.0 (151), 154.5 (83)

Worcester 280.6 (284), 221.3 (224)

Cambridge 280.5 (350), 130.6 (163)

North East Derbyshire 279.9 (284), 312.4 (317)

Coventry 278.9 (1036), 213.7 (794)

Gravesham 276.8 (296), 180.5 (193)

St. Helens 276.3 (499), 346.1 (625)

West Lindsey 276.0 (264), 209.1 (200)

Luton 272.7 (581), 262.8 (560)

Nottingham 269.5 (897), 353.0 (1175)

Bexley 269.4 (669), 194.5 (483)

Chorley 267.3 (316), 286.8 (339)

Gedling 266.3 (314), 341.8 (403)

Selby 265.9 (241), 251.6 (228)

Oxford 265.6 (405), 150.2 (229)

Daventry 265.3 (228), 164.0 (141)

Rugby 260.7 (284), 157.9 (172)

Redbridge 260.1 (794), 226.1 (690)

Spelthorne 259.4 (259), 220.3 (220)

Tower Hamlets 258.4 (839), 201.4 (654)

South Ribble 257.2 (285), 270.8 (300)

Warwick 255.3 (367), 269.9 (388)

Craven 252.0 (144), 199.5 (114)

Wyre 250.7 (281), 335.4 (376)

Shropshire 249.7 (807), 205.8 (665)

Cheshire East 249.6 (959), 213.7 (821)

Newark and Sherwood 247.5 (303), 255.7 (313)

Ealing 247.2 (845), 212.4 (726)

Brentwood 246.7 (190), 197.3 (152)

Broxtowe 245.5 (280), 299.9 (342)

Barking and Dagenham 242.4 (516), 205.3 (437)

East Northamptonshire 242.3 (229), 215.8 (204)

Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole 241.1 (953), 220.3 (871)

South Holland 240.0 (228), 141.0 (134)

Epsom and Ewell 234.4 (189), 116.6 (94)

Kettering 232.9 (237), 115.9 (118)

Police look on during face mask enforcement efforts on a London bus
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Runnymede 232.6 (208), 157.7 (141)

Bath and North East Somerset 232.3 (449), 229.7 (444)

Halton 231.8 (300), 251.9 (326)

Hillingdon 229.7 (705), 184.1 (565)

Derbyshire Dales 229.5 (166), 197.7 (143)

Epping Forest 229.3 (302), 159.5 (210)

South Kesteven 228.9 (326), 176.2 (251)

South Northamptonshire 227.5 (215), 189.4 (179)

Waltham Forest 227.1 (629), 163.9 (454)

Broxbourne 225.1 (219), 191.2 (186)

South Lakeland 223.6 (235), 150.4 (158)

Copeland 222.9 (152), 239.1 (163)

Plymouth 222.4 (583), 175.1 (459)

Gosport 221.6 (188), 120.2 (102)

Ryedale 220.3 (122), 130.0 (72)

Eden 219.7 (117), 206.6 (110)

Great Yarmouth 214.4 (213), 175.2 (174)

Carlisle 214.4 (233), 265.9 (289)

Canterbury 214.0 (354), 103.4 (171)

Southampton 212.3 (536), 179.8 (454)

Peterborough 212.1 (429), 159.7 (323)

Hambleton 209.6 (192), 259.8 (238)

Torbay 209.2 (285), 238.5 (325)

Brent 208.6 (688), 164.7 (543)

South Norfolk 207.3 (292), 72.4 (102)

Rushcliffe 204.7 (244), 266.8 (318)

Swindon 204.3 (454), 189.5 (421)

Maidstone 204.3 (351), 141.4 (243)

Thurrock 199.0 (347), 153.1 (267)

Windsor and Maidenhead 198.8 (301), 164.4 (249)

Allerdale 197.4 (193), 165.7 (162)

Havant 197.3 (249), 175.1 (221)

Newham 196.8 (695), 184.3 (651)

Basildon 196.6 (368), 110.0 (206)

Three Rivers 196.1 (183), 115.7 (108)

South Bucks 195.6 (137), 128.5 (90)

Hammersmith and Fulham 194.4 (360), 159.3 (295)

Corby 192.5 (139), 103.9 (75)

Enfield 190.8 (637), 146.5 (489)

Hounslow 190.4 (517), 167.9 (456)

Barnet 187.9 (744), 133.4 (528)

Barrow-in-Furness 187.9 (126), 164.1 (110)

Watford 187.4 (181), 174.0 (168)

Wycombe 185.5 (324), 176.9 (309)

Wirral 184.9 (599), 213.0 (690)

Tonbridge and Malling 184.6 (244), 124.9 (165)

Stroud 184.2 (221), 156.7 (188)

Dover 183.7 (217), 143.1 (169)

Kingston upon Thames 183.7 (326), 133.5 (237)

Wandsworth 183.2 (604), 127.4 (420)

Harrow 180.4 (453), 152.5 (383)

East Hertfordshire 180.3 (270), 112.9 (169)

Brighton and Hove 177.4 (516), 122.4 (356)

Sutton 176.4 (364), 129.9 (268)

Islington 174.9 (424), 124.1 (301)

Cotswold 173.6 (156), 121.3 (109)

Winchester 173.0 (216), 156.2 (195)

York 171.9 (362), 192.8 (406)

Welwyn Hatfield 169.9 (209), 150.4 (185)

Woking 169.7 (171), 134.9 (136)

Babergh 168.4 (155), 89.1 (82)

Wychavon 167.7 (217), 163.0 (211)

Stevenage 167.3 (147), 124.1 (109)

Crawley 166.4 (187), 134.3 (151)

Cherwell 165.4 (249), 153.5 (231)

Castle Point 163.8 (148), 127.2 (115)

Greenwich 163.6 (471), 114.3 (329)

Fareham 162.6 (189), 141.1 (164)

Tandridge 162.3 (143), 110.1 (97)

Exeter 162.1 (213), 128.6 (169)

Lambeth 161.9 (528), 134.6 (439)

Herefordshire, County of 161.8 (312), 98.5 (190)

Hackney and City of London 161.3 (469), 130.3 (379)

Surrey Heath 161.2 (144), 110.9 (99)

Milton Keynes 161.1 (434), 130.3 (351)

Stratford-on-Avon 159.9 (208), 168.3 (219)

Southend-on-Sea 159.5 (292), 116.3 (213)

East Devon 158.6 (232), 123.0 (180)

Sevenoaks 158.2 (191), 116.8 (141)

Reigate and Banstead 157.3 (234), 116.3 (173)

Guildford 157.0 (234), 157.0 (234)

Uttlesford 156.7 (143), 108.5 (99)

East Hampshire 156.2 (191), 125.1 (153)

Westminster 155.4 (406), 164.6 (430)

Cheltenham 154.8 (180), 121.2 (141)

Wokingham 154.3 (264), 101.1 (173)

Gloucester 154.1 (199), 161.1 (208)

Mole Valley 152.4 (133), 201.7 (176)

Bedford 151.2 (262), 124.6 (216)

Rochford 149.9 (131), 88.1 (77)

Merton 149.6 (309), 125.9 (260)

Sedgemoor 148.6 (183), 139.6 (172)

Chichester 147.0 (178), 123.0 (149)

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Croydon 146.9 (568), 112.7 (436)

Kensington and Chelsea 146.7 (229), 105.0 (164)

Mid Sussex 146.3 (221), 106.6 (161)

North Devon 146.2 (142), 114.3 (111)

Haringey 145.5 (391), 142.6 (383)

North Hertfordshire 145.2 (194), 112.3 (150)

St Albans 144.8 (215), 103.7 (154)

Broadland 144.5 (189), 110.1 (144)

Harlow 143.6 (125), 90.7 (79)

Lancaster 143.1 (209), 200.6 (293)

Wellingborough 141.8 (113), 163.1 (130)

New Forest 140.5 (253), 98.3 (177)

Vale of White Horse 140.4 (191), 92.6 (126)

Reading 139.7 (226), 158.9 (257)

South Somerset 139.0 (234), 86.7 (146)

Aylesbury Vale 138.9 (277), 149.9 (299)

Norwich 138.7 (195), 81.8 (115)

Bromley 138.4 (460), 106.5 (354)

Basingstoke and Deane 137.0 (242), 123.5 (218)

South Oxfordshire 136.6 (194), 120.4 (171)

Breckland 136.5 (191), 70.7 (99)

Hertsmere 136.3 (143), 117.2 (123)

Elmbridge 135.2 (185), 87.0 (119)

Camden 134.4 (363), 102.2 (276)

Folkestone and Hythe 133.6 (151), 92.0 (104)

Central Bedfordshire 133.4 (385), 109.8 (317)

Dacorum 131.8 (204), 97.6 (151)

Ashford 130.0 (169), 83.1 (108)

Richmond upon Thames 129.3 (256), 122.7 (243)

Rother 129.1 (124), 46.8 (45)

Rutland 127.7 (51), 122.7 (49)

Fenland 127.6 (130), 76.6 (78)

Waverley 127.4 (161), 106.9 (135)

West Oxfordshire 127.4 (141), 137.4 (152)

Eastleigh 127.3 (170), 150.5 (201)

West Berkshire 126.2 (200), 102.9 (163)

Rushmoor 125.8 (119), 130.0 (123)

Huntingdonshire 124.7 (222), 87.7 (156)

Tewkesbury 124.2 (118), 84.2 (80)

South Cambridgeshire 123.8 (197), 92.4 (147)

Bracknell Forest 123.2 (151), 123.2 (151)

Chelmsford 121.1 (216), 104.8 (187)

Southwark 120.4 (384), 105.4 (336)

Tunbridge Wells 118.8 (141), 74.1 (88)

Lewisham 117.7 (360), 95.8 (293)

Horsham 116.1 (167), 87.6 (126)

Chiltern 115.7 (111), 90.7 (87)

Malvern Hills 113.1 (89), 120.7 (95)

King's Lynn and West Norfolk 113.0 (171), 142.0 (215)

Wealden 112.1 (181), 54.5 (88)

Dorset 109.6 (415), 94.1 (356)

Test Valley 107.8 (136), 85.6 (108)

Wiltshire 106.2 (531), 93.0 (465)

Forest of Dean 106.0 (92), 89.9 (78)

South Hams 103.4 (90), 75.9 (66)

Mendip 100.4 (116), 79.6 (92)

Hart 99.9 (97), 112.3 (109)

Somerset West and Taunton 99.3 (154), 96.1 (149)

West Devon 98.6 (55), 93.2 (52)

Eastbourne 98.3 (102), 66.5 (69)

Adur 93.3 (60), 60.7 (39)

Arun 92.7 (149), 90.2 (145)

Colchester 91.4 (178), 104.3 (203)

Lewes 90.1 (93), 64.9 (67)

East Suffolk 89.8 (224), 63.3 (158)

Braintree 88.5 (135), 81.3 (124)

Ipswich 87.6 (120), 102.3 (140)

Cornwall and Isles of Scilly 85.0 (486), 55.6 (318)

Maldon 84.7 (55), 52.4 (34)

Torridge 83.5 (57), 52.7 (36)

Mid Devon 79.0 (65), 82.6 (68)

Hastings 77.7 (72), 33.5 (31)

Isle of Wight 76.9 (109), 69.1 (98)

East Cambridgeshire 74.6 (67), 62.3 (56)

Mid Suffolk 74.1 (77), 58.7 (61)

Teignbridge 73.8 (99), 70.1 (94)

Worthing 67.8 (75), 85.0 (94)

West Suffolk 67.0 (120), 59.8 (107)

Tendring 55.9 (82), 60.7 (89)

North Norfolk 51.5 (54), 49.6 (52)

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