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-Wycombe MP Steve Baker has said that the authoritarianism at work has been truly appalling after the government announced which tiers areas of England will be in when lockdown ends.
He was responding to a tweet from Bucks Council leader Martin Tett, which confirmed that all of Buckinghamshire will be in Tier 2.
Mr.Baker called on the government to publish their analysis as to whether the response was necessary and proportionate to the threat from this disease and said that he feared on the economy and on coronavirus we are now so far down the rabbit hole that we have forgotten we even entered it.
The council have reiterated the Tier 2 rules which include no mixing of households, other than those in your bubble, indoors and have said they will publish more details on their website in the coming days.
Wycombe Sound presenter and local councillor Mimi Harker warned that the worst thing any of us can do is get complacet
-A 25-year-old man has been charged after police closed off a road in High Wycombe for several hours earlier this week.
Tunbi Eyite, aged 25, of St Hughs Avenue, appeared at High Wycombe Magistrates Court and has been charged with a number of offences including aggravated vehicle taking and being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs,.
The road where he lives and Hicks Farm Rise were shut for a number of hours on Monday in relation to an incident where a vehicle failed to stop when asked by officers.
-Wycombe Wanderers aim to extend their unbeaten run to three Championship games tomorrow.
They’re three points from safety ahead of the trip to bottom side Derby.
Manager Gareth Ainsworth tells Wycombe Sound, their opponents may be at the wrong end of the table currently – but expects that to change.
Wycombe Sound’s Bob Johnson will bring you the team news from Wycombe’s game at Derby at 2.30 tomorrow afternoon along with a full time report around 5pm.
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