- 27 November 2020
- by Geoffrey Macnab
The Ukca is lobbying MPs for a change in the tier 3 rules to allow cinemas to open.
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UK exhibitors and distributors have reacted with frustration to the new English ‘Tier’ regulations that mean cinemas in large parts of the country will not be able to open next week at the end of the second national lockdown.
Frantic lobbying is underway to persuade the government to revise the restrictions. At present, cinemas in Tier 3 regions which include the major cities of Manchester, Newcastle and Bristol, must remain closed.
As matters stand, around 200 UK cinemas will not be allowed to screen Warner
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