An arrangement of U.K. daily newspapers shows front page headlines reporting on the tight new coronavirus restrictions for London and the southeast of England, cancelling Christmas gatherings for those in the new “Tier 4” category.

An arrangement of UK daily newspapers photographed as an illustration in Liverpool on December 20, 2020, shows front page headlines reporting on the story of Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson introducing new tougher coronavirus COVID-19 restrictions for London and the South East of England, cancelling Christmas gatherings for those in the new ‘tier 4’ category. – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Saturday announced a “stay at home” order for London and southeast England to slow a new coronavirus strain that is significantly more infectious. He ordered new restrictions for London and south-eastern England from Sunday, saying that “residents in those areas must stay at home” at least until December 30. The measures will mean around a third of England’s population cannot travel or meet other households for Christmas. (Photo by Paul ELLIS / AFP) (Photo by PAUL ELLIS/AFP via Getty Images)