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There is hope on the horizon for weary England as Covid-19 case rates have fallen in most regions, according to the latest data.

While yesterday the Department of Health reported the highest ever death toll in the coronavirus pandemic so far – 1,564 – the case rate is dipping in London and other major regions, the latest weekly surveillance report from Public Health England says.

In London, which continues to have the highest rate of any region, the rate of new cases stood at 864.9 per 100,000 people in the seven days to January 10, down from 1,043.9 in the previous week.

The other regions recording a week-on-week fall are the East Midlands, eastern England, north-east England, south-east England and Yorkshire & the Humber.

Three regions recorded a week-on-week increase: north-west England, south-west England and the West Midlands.

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Yorkshire & the Humber continues to have the lowest rate: 297.2, down from 309.9.

In yesterday's daily figures from the Department of Health, the number of new cases reported in a 24-hour period was 47,525 – which is down on the record number of 63,233 reported on Wednesday last week.

It comes as a senior epidemiologist says some parts of England are showing a plateau in cases of Covid-19, while the rate of growth across the country as a whole is slowing.

Professor Neil Ferguson, whose early modelling of Covid-19 made him a key player in the UK's first lockdown, said he thinks the current wave of the epidemic may be coming under control in some regions.

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In an interview with BBC Radio 4's Today programme, Prof Ferguson said: "I think it's much too early to say exactly when case numbers are going to start coming down, but in some NHS regions in England and in Wales there's sign of plateauing."

London in particular is seeing a drop in the number of positive coronavirus tests, alongside the South East, he said.

"At the moment, it looks like in London in particular, and a couple of other regions – the South East and East of England – (that) hospital admissions may even have plateaued, though it's hard to tell they're coming down.

"It has to be said this is not being seen everywhere.

"Both case numbers and hospital admissions are going up in many other areas but, overall, at a national level we're seeing the rate of growth slow."

Covid-19 patients in hospital in England
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In yesterday's update of the latest Covid-19 case rates for every local authority area in England, for the seven days to January 9, 159 (50 per cent) of the 315 local areas saw a fall in their case rates and two were unchanged.

While 154 (49 per cent) saw a rise in case rates.

Prof Ferguson, who is director of the Medical Research Council's Centre for Global Infectious Disease Analysis at Imperial College London, said he would expect to see case numbers "continue to come down slowly at a national level" but with regional variations.

"It will take longer though for hospital admissions – daily admissions – to start coming down and even longer for hospital bed occupancy to come down," he said.

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Asked how many more weeks of rising hospital admissions and deaths the UK could be looking at, he said: "It critically depends on whether the lockdown we're in the moment will actually control growth in all areas.

"But I would hope that hospital admissions might plateau, instead of keep going up, some time in the next week.

"Hospital bed occupancy may continue to rise slowly for up to two weeks and deaths maybe even for longer.

"We're going to be well over 1,000 deaths a day, even measured by the date people die rather than the date deaths are reported, before numbers start coming down."

Prof Ferguson said the total number of deaths in the UK "unfortunately is going to be well over 100,000, there's nothing we can do about that now".

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Only about 20% of the population has been infected so far, which had resulted in 100,000 deaths, he said.

"So we have to get to very high levels of vaccine coverage in those vulnerable groups before we can reduce the risk of having basically the same number of deaths again.

"If we only get up to 70 per cent coverage in in the elderly, for instance, that still leaves 30 per cent unprotected plus everybody else.

"We can still get a very large epidemic, which unfortunately could kill many, many people, so what the modelling and all the analysis and all the groups feeding into Sage (Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies) says is, we need to be very cautious in how we relax restrictions and try to ensure we get as high a vaccine coverage as possible."

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Asked if there could be restrictions for many months to come, he said: "Yes, and we can't predict all of these things in advance.

"We couldn't have predicted this new variant coming up, but the new variant without doubt will make the relaxation of restrictions more difficult because it is substantially more transmissible.

"So it will be a gradual process to the autumn."

Prof Ferguson suggested that the requirement to isolate after coming into contact with a person with coronavirus could be relaxed for people who have recently had the virus, such as NHS workers, but said this was "a question for policymakers".

It comes as Health Secretary Matt Hancock said three million coronavirus vaccines have now been administered across the UK.

He tweeted that he was "delighted" with the news, adding: "We're accelerating the Covid vaccine rollout across the UK."

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Prof Ferguson's comments came as some large high street pharmacies, including Boots and Superdrug, began rolling out Covid-19 vaccines.

Six stores across England can administer the jabs from Thursday as the Government aims to hit its target of vaccinating around 15 million of those most at-risk by mid-February.

People who are eligible for a vaccine will be contacted and invited to make an appointment through a new national booking service.

This gives them the option of having the vaccine at a pharmacy or in a GP-led vaccination centre.

Elsewhere, England's deputy chief medical officer, Professor Jonathan Van-Tam, has told the Sun newspaper: "We are probably in the last few furlongs of this race, like in the Grand National. We just have a couple more fences. We have just got to stick with it."

Government Chief Scientific Adviser Sir Patrick Vallance warned the country is still in for a 'pretty grim period'
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Amid the warnings of struggling hospitals, the Government's leading scientist Sir Patrick Vallance has warned the country is "in for a pretty grim period" of deaths which will not "reduce quickly".

He told ITV's Peston programme that high death numbers will "carry on for some weeks".

Elsewhere, Public Health England's Siren study found that antibodies from past infection provide 83% protection against reinfection for at least five months.

Although reinfections in people with antibodies were rare, the researchers identified 44 potential reinfections among 6,614 people who had had Covid-19 previously, putting them at risk of transmitting the virus to others.

Full list of all the latest Covid-19 case rates for every local authority area in England

Here is Wednesday's update of the latest Covid-19 case rates for every local authority area in England.

The figures, for the seven days to January 9, 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 (January 10-13) has been excluded as it is incomplete and does not reflect the true number of cases.

Of the 315 local areas in England, 154 (49%) have seen a rise in case rates, 159 (50%) have seen a fall and two are unchanged.

Barking & Dagenham in London continues to have the highest rate in England, with 3,205 new cases recorded in the seven days to January 9 – the equivalent of 1,505.4 cases per 100,000 people.

This is down slightly from 1,634.5 in the seven days to January 2.

Knowsley in Merseyside has the second highest rate, up from 796.8 to 1,399.3, with 2,111 new cases.

Newham in London is in third place, down very slightly from 1,406.3 to 1,398.3, with 4,938 new cases.

The 10 areas with the biggest week-on-week rise in rates are:

1 Knowsley (up from 796.8 to 1,399.3)

2 Liverpool (612.2 to 1,048.1)

3 Sefton (650.1 to 1,075.9)

4 Halton (874.7 to 1,212.4)

5 St Helens (491.7 to 824.0)

6 Bournemouth Christchurch & Poole (607.3 to 881.0)

7 Wirral (696.9 to 941.0)

8 Worcester (540.4 to 768.6)

9 Copeland (330.0 to 544.1)

10 Tendring (956.6 to 1,169.5)

The list has been calculated based on Public Health England data published on January 13 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 January 9; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to January 9; rate of new cases in the seven days to January 2; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to January 2.

Barking and Dagenham, 1505.4, (3205), 1634.5, (3480)
Knowsley, 1399.3, (2111), 796.8, (1202)
Newham, 1398.3, (4938), 1406.3, (4966)
Harlow, 1276.0, (1111), 1460.9, (1272)
Redbridge, 1255.8, (3833), 1501.2, (4582)
Thurrock, 1233.2, (2150), 1565.9, (2730)
Halton, 1212.4, (1569), 874.7, (1132)
Rushmoor, 1191.3, (1127), 1293.9, (1224)
Tendring, 1169.5, (1714), 956.6, (1402)
Enfield, 1149.8, (3838), 1248.7, (4168)
Broxbourne, 1132.8, (1102), 1398.0, (1360)
Gravesham, 1130.6, (1209), 1222.2, (1307)
Bexley, 1126.5, (2797), 1220.0, (3029)
Tower Hamlets, 1114.7, (3620), 1274.2, (4138)
Waltham Forest, 1106.9, (3066), 1144.1, (3169)
Brent, 1101.7, (3633), 1010.7, (3333)
Slough, 1097.4, (1641), 1067.9, (1597)
Isle of Wight, 1092.6, (1549), 933.9, (1324)
Castle Point, 1092.1, (987), 1469.4, (1328)
Ealing, 1091.0, (3729), 969.6, (3314)
Croydon, 1089.2, (4212), 1083.8, (4191)
Hounslow, 1084.3, (2944), 1111.5, (3018)
Carlisle, 1079.3, (1173), 1018.6, (1107)
Sefton, 1075.9, (2974), 650.1, (1797)
Crawley, 1074.6, (1208), 1049.7, (1180)
Greenwich, 1071.7, (3086), 1105.4, (3183)
Dartford, 1061.2, (1195), 1262.8, (1422)
Liverpool, 1048.1, (5220), 612.2, (3049)
Lewisham, 1032.6, (3158), 1036.5, (3170)
Haringey, 1021.8, (2745), 1052.7, (2828)
Southwark, 1020.3, (3253), 942.2, (3004)
Havering, 1020.2, (2648), 1373.5, (3565)
Epping Forest, 1013.0, (1334), 1474.7, (1942)
Hillingdon, 1003.7, (3080), 1000.4, (3070)
Wolverhampton, 995.2, (2621), 881.7, (2322)
Lambeth, 989.5, (3226), 888.6, (2897)
Eastbourne, 989.0, (1026), 825.1, (856)
Burnley, 967.2, (860), 846.8, (753)
Basildon, 962.1, (1801), 1316.2, (2464)
Sandwell, 957.8, (3146), 771.5, (2534)
Harrow, 954.0, (2396), 941.2, (2364)
Barnet, 945.5, (3743), 1022.6, (4048)
Luton, 944.4, (2012), 807.8, (1721)
Wirral, 941.0, (3049), 696.9, (2258)
Corby, 934.7, (675), 749.1, (541)
Hertsmere, 905.5, (950), 1032.2, (1083)
Chelmsford, 905.3, (1615), 1071.8, (1912)
Southend-on-Sea, 903.2, (1654), 1228.1, (2249)
Hackney and City of London, 900.5, (2619), 921.1, (2679)
Sutton, 893.1, (1843), 1144.2, (2361)
Medway, 892.8, (2487), 1134.8, (3161)
Bedford, 892.7, (1547), 937.1, (1624)
Braintree, 889.9, (1358), 1165.8, (1779)
Bournemouth Christchurch and Poole, 881.0, (3483), 607.3, (2401)
Northampton, 876.2, (1968), 773.8, (1738)
Spelthorne, 862.3, (861), 971.5, (970)
Watford, 859.4, (830), 1005.4, (971)
Welwyn Hatfield, 855.0, (1052), 828.2, (1019)
Bromley, 851.8, (2831), 1144.0, (3802)
Merton, 851.6, (1759), 1049.6, (2168)
Stevenage, 841.3, (739), 833.3, (732)
Pendle, 825.1, (760), 690.5, (636)
St. Helens, 824.0, (1488), 491.7, (888)
Colchester, 813.5, (1584), 891.1, (1735)
Cherwell, 808.6, (1217), 912.9, (1374)
South Bucks, 806.6, (565), 998.0, (699)
Maldon, 804.0, (522), 1018.1, (661)
Milton Keynes, 800.5, (2157), 962.3, (2593)
Brentwood, 793.3, (611), 1393.1, (1073)
Islington, 785.3, (1904), 785.3, (1904)
Birmingham, 778.0, (8883), 627.3, (7163)
Walsall, 777.3, (2219), 706.5, (2017)
Worcester, 768.6, (778), 540.4, (547)
Hastings, 768.4, (712), 879.6, (815)
Wandsworth, 763.2, (2516), 791.7, (2610)
Tandridge, 755.7, (666), 898.7, (792)
Surrey Heath, 752.5, (672), 832.0, (743)
Reading, 751.6, (1216), 640.4, (1036)
Warrington, 745.7, (1566), 672.3, (1412)
Ashford, 744.4, (968), 853.6, (1110)
Blackburn with Darwen, 738.2, (1105), 633.3, (948)
Worthing, 735.3, (813), 668.4, (739)
Rochford, 734.8, (642), 1063.3, (929)
Hyndburn, 730.5, (592), 557.7, (452)
Woking, 727.2, (733), 761.0, (767)
Hartlepool, 726.0, (680), 831.7, (779)
Hammersmith and Fulham, 725.9, (1344), 773.5, (1432)
Maidstone, 724.6, (1245), 862.5, (1482)
Brighton and Hove, 723.3, (2104), 694.1, (2019)
Three Rivers, 717.9, (670), 954.7, (891)
Ipswich, 712.9, (976), 608.4, (833)
Folkestone and Hythe, 711.5, (804), 839.9, (949)
Epsom and Ewell, 702.0, (566), 863.2, (696)
Reigate and Banstead, 700.5, (1042), 867.9, (1291)
Eden, 691.0, (368), 721.1, (384)
Adur, 679.6, (437), 634.5, (408)
Allerdale, 678.2, (663), 503.3, (492)
Lewes, 676.9, (699), 697.2, (720)
Wycombe, 676.2, (1181), 686.0, (1198)
Dudley, 675.1, (2171), 630.3, (2027)
Kensington and Chelsea, 674.4, (1053), 645.0, (1007)
Thanet, 674.3, (957), 728.6, (1034)
Bracknell Forest, 674.0, (826), 824.2, (1010)
Wealden, 670.1, (1082), 673.8, (1088)
Derby, 663.0, (1706), 570.1, (1467)
York, 656.6, (1383), 533.2, (1123)
Bromsgrove, 654.8, (654), 540.6, (540)
Havant, 652.8, (824), 693.2, (875)
Camden, 649.6, (1754), 678.1, (1831)
Kingston upon Thames, 649.0, (1152), 836.6, (1485)
Runnymede, 645.2, (577), 654.2, (585)
Uttlesford, 638.7, (583), 895.0, (817)
Swale, 637.7, (957), 806.2, (1210)
Portsmouth, 635.2, (1365), 632.4, (1359)
East Hertfordshire, 633.7, (949), 765.3, (1146)
Southampton, 627.7, (1585), 659.0, (1664)
Arun, 623.9, (1003), 752.7, (1210)
Mole Valley, 623.5, (544), 589.1, (514)
South Staffordshire, 619.9, (697), 603.9, (679)
Redditch, 613.4, (523), 517.2, (441)
Norwich, 610.4, (858), 496.5, (698)
East Staffordshire, 607.9, (728), 554.5, (664)
Elmbridge, 606.7, (830), 777.8, (1064)
Tonbridge and Malling, 600.1, (793), 793.0, (1048)
Dacorum, 599.0, (927), 722.4, (1118)
Windsor and Maidenhead, 597.7, (905), 709.9, (1075)
Barrow-in-Furness, 596.6, (400), 396.7, (266)
Ashfield, 593.3, (759), 593.3, (759)
Cannock Chase, 590.5, (595), 555.8, (560)
Wellingborough, 585.9, (467), 500.6, (399)
Hart, 585.1, (568), 758.2, (736)
Aylesbury Vale, 585.1, (1167), 649.3, (1295)
Ribble Valley, 584.7, (356), 581.4, (354)
Canterbury, 580.4, (960), 579.2, (958)
Westminster, 580.1, (1516), 588.2, (1537)
Leicester, 570.3, (2020), 490.9, (1739)
North Hertfordshire, 569.0, (760), 513.6, (686)
Oxford, 568.7, (867), 547.0, (834)
Rossendale, 566.6, (405), 398.7, (285)
St Albans, 563.1, (836), 740.3, (1099)
Rother, 561.0, (539), 705.7, (678)
Sevenoaks, 560.7, (677), 871.2, (1052)
Dover, 558.7, (660), 606.1, (716)
Telford and Wrekin, 558.2, (1004), 402.5, (724)
Great Yarmouth, 556.7, (553), 619.1, (615)
Mansfield, 556.2, (608), 437.3, (478)
Coventry, 549.9, (2043), 472.1, (1754)
Central Bedfordshire, 547.0, (1579), 652.7, (1884)
Broadland, 544.4, (712), 543.6, (711)
Copeland, 544.1, (371), 330.0, (225)
Peterborough, 542.9, (1098), 487.0, (985)
Waverley, 539.9, (682), 687.9, (869)
Breckland, 531.6, (744), 496.5, (695)
Cheshire West and Chester, 531.1, (1822), 567.8, (1948)
Daventry, 530.5, (456), 559.6, (481)
Babergh, 529.1, (487), 597.6, (550)
Rugby, 528.8, (576), 489.3, (533)
Basingstoke and Deane, 527.2, (931), 428.7, (757)
Wychavon, 524.6, (679), 385.5, (499)
Fenland, 518.4, (528), 446.7, (455)
Solihull, 516.7, (1118), 504.7, (1092)
Selby, 516.4, (468), 385.1, (349)
Huntingdonshire, 515.8, (918), 531.0, (945)
Horsham, 515.3, (741), 558.4, (803)
Wokingham, 513.7, (879), 578.5, (990)
Guildford, 512.8, (764), 563.8, (840)
Lancaster, 511.5, (747), 359.5, (525)
South Northamptonshire, 509.0, (481), 624.4, (590)
Richmond upon Thames, 509.0, (1008), 656.5, (1300)
Tamworth, 503.3, (386), 421.1, (323)
Fareham, 499.0, (580), 542.9, (631)
Mid Sussex, 497.9, (752), 629.0, (950)
Oadby and Wigston, 496.4, (283), 549.0, (313)
Amber Valley, 495.5, (635), 531.4, (681)
Middlesbrough, 495.1, (698), 515.0, (726)
Swindon, 495.1, (1100), 575.2, (1278)
Nuneaton and Bedworth, 495.1, (643), 488.1, (634)
Nottingham, 494.7, (1647), 391.4, (1303)
Cambridge, 492.8, (615), 524.0, (654)
Wyre Forest, 492.6, (499), 433.4, (439)
Bolsover, 491.5, (396), 393.5, (317)
Bristol, 491.2, (2276), 410.5, (1902)
West Lancashire, 486.4, (556), 447.0, (511)
Tunbridge Wells, 486.0, (577), 562.6, (668)
Kettering, 484.4, (493), 447.1, (455)
Manchester, 483.1, (2671), 357.6, (1977)
Gedling, 479.2, (565), 447.0, (527)
South Ribble, 476.6, (528), 379.1, (420)
Lichfield, 474.4, (497), 450.6, (472)
Bury, 467.0, (892), 389.5, (744)
Salford, 466.7, (1208), 333.0, (862)
Gosport, 463.2, (393), 425.5, (361)
Preston, 459.0, (657), 355.6, (509)
Wigan, 458.8, (1508), 406.2, (1335)
Sunderland, 457.7, (1271), 516.4, (1434)
Stafford, 457.5, (628), 432.7, (594)
East Suffolk, 457.4, (1141), 408.1, (1018)
Chiltern, 455.6, (437), 542.1, (520)
Chichester, 454.9, (551), 501.1, (607)
South Derbyshire, 454.0, (487), 417.7, (448)
Trafford, 453.8, (1077), 404.0, (959)
Gloucester, 450.7, (582), 525.8, (679)
Shropshire, 450.3, (1455), 337.3, (1090)
Richmondshire, 448.5, (241), 483.9, (260)
South Gloucestershire, 446.2, (1272), 412.8, (1177)
King's Lynn and West Norfolk, 445.2, (674), 476.9, (722)
Wyre, 444.3, (498), 374.7, (420)
Eastleigh, 443.2, (592), 533.0, (712)
Stockton-on-Tees, 436.3, (861), 447.9, (884)
Test Valley, 434.4, (548), 476.4, (601)
Harrogate, 433.4, (697), 361.9, (582)
Stoke-on-Trent, 432.6, (1109), 386.5, (991)
Darlington, 431.6, (461), 440.1, (470)
County Durham, 431.6, (2288), 482.2, (2556)
West Suffolk, 430.1, (770), 460.2, (824)
Blaby, 429.4, (436), 393.0, (399)
Hambleton, 429.1, (393), 374.5, (343)
Craven, 428.8, (245), 442.8, (253)
Rochdale, 428.0, (952), 339.0, (754)
Redcar and Cleveland, 425.8, (584), 344.9, (473)
Forest of Dean, 422.9, (367), 421.7, (366)
Erewash, 414.3, (478), 373.6, (431)
New Forest, 414.2, (746), 354.3, (638)
North Somerset, 411.1, (884), 372.0, (800)
East Hampshire, 410.4, (502), 444.8, (544)
South Tyneside, 408.7, (617), 526.6, (795)
Stockport, 407.6, (1196), 383.1, (1124)
Cheshire East, 405.6, (1558), 462.1, (1775)
South Cambridgeshire, 404.8, (644), 467.0, (743)
Bath and North East Somerset, 401.0, (775), 334.2, (646)
Chorley, 400.1, (473), 324.0, (383)
Chesterfield, 398.5, (418), 305.1, (320)
Sedgemoor, 397.0, (489), 475.7, (586)
Vale of White Horse, 396.3, (539), 433.1, (589)
South Oxfordshire, 392.1, (557), 573.0, (814)
North Warwickshire, 386.1, (252), 458.1, (299)
Newark and Sherwood, 383.9, (470), 320.2, (392)
East Northamptonshire, 381.9, (361), 354.4, (335)
Gateshead, 381.6, (771), 431.6, (872)
Bolton, 380.5, (1094), 281.3, (809)
Herefordshire, 378.6, (730), 323.1, (623)
Mid Suffolk, 377.3, (392), 424.5, (441)
Oldham, 376.2, (892), 314.2, (745)
West Oxfordshire, 375.1, (415), 453.7, (502)
High Peak, 374.5, (347), 276.3, (256)
Wiltshire, 371.4, (1857), 318.4, (1592)
Tameside, 370.0, (838), 312.6, (708)
North Norfolk, 368.2, (386), 406.3, (426)
Broxtowe, 363.1, (414), 359.5, (410)
Somerset West and Taunton, 361.7, (561), 462.9, (718)
South Norfolk, 361.3, (509), 503.3, (709)
Rushcliffe, 360.8, (430), 338.1, (403)
East Cambridgeshire, 360.6, (324), 493.1, (443)
Winchester, 358.8, (448), 496.6, (620)
South Kesteven, 354.6, (505), 443.7, (632)
Cornwall and Isles of Scilly, 350.8, (2006), 326.2, (1865)
Harborough, 349.7, (328), 464.8, (436)
North West Leicestershire, 349.4, (362), 378.3, (392)
Lincoln, 348.4, (346), 363.5, (361)
Stratford-on-Avon, 344.4, (448), 341.3, (444)
Hinckley and Bosworth, 343.0, (388), 327.0, (370)
Doncaster, 342.7, (1069), 348.2, (1086)
North East Derbyshire, 335.1, (340), 349.9, (355)
South Lakeland, 334.0, (351), 308.3, (324)
Newcastle-under-Lyme, 333.7, (432), 316.7, (410)
Charnwood, 332.0, (617), 312.1, (580)
Fylde, 331.8, (268), 271.1, (219)
Leeds, 331.0, (2625), 318.1, (2523)
Hull, 329.9, (857), 333.4, (866)
Dorset, 327.9, (1241), 309.1, (1170)
Warwick, 324.2, (466), 395.1, (568)
West Berkshire, 320.0, (507), 429.8, (681)
Tewkesbury, 317.8, (302), 309.4, (294)
Cheltenham, 315.5, (367), 278.6, (324)
Kirklees, 312.2, (1373), 267.9, (1178)
Blackpool, 311.2, (434), 292.6, (408)
Rotherham, 307.4, (816), 297.3, (789)
Sheffield, 300.8, (1759), 261.8, (1531)
Malvern Hills, 299.9, (236), 252.9, (199)
Plymouth, 295.3, (774), 222.1, (582)
Exeter, 292.2, (384), 248.1, (326)
Wakefield, 291.4, (1015), 271.6, (946)
Bradford, 290.5, (1568), 252.1, (1361)
Mid Devon, 290.4, (239), 229.6, (189)
Newcastle upon Tyne, 285.0, (863), 235.5, (713)
South Somerset, 284.5, (479), 268.5, (452)
South Holland, 284.2, (270), 289.4, (275)
Scarborough, 283.2, (308), 382.5, (416)
North Tyneside, 282.8, (588), 260.2, (541)
Melton, 281.2, (144), 304.6, (156)
North Kesteven, 280.5, (328), 305.4, (357)
Northumberland, 280.4, (904), 365.7, (1179)
Ryedale, 276.3, (153), 321.4, (178)
Calderdale, 275.2, (582), 288.5, (610)
Bassetlaw, 272.4, (320), 326.1, (383)
Boston, 272.2, (191), 267.9, (188)
Mendip, 269.9, (312), 266.5, (308)
Torbay, 259.1, (353), 136.5, (186)
Staffordshire Moorlands, 258.0, (254), 289.5, (285)
Rutland, 248.0, (99), 295.5, (118)
East Devon, 245.4, (359), 181.2, (265)
Barnsley, 243.9, (602), 288.0, (711)
Teignbridge, 243.0, (326), 167.7, (225)
Derbyshire Dales, 240.6, (174), 232.3, (168)
West Lindsey, 235.2, (225), 261.3, (250)
East Riding of Yorkshire, 221.9, (757), 228.0, (778)
Cotswold, 218.1, (196), 310.5, (279)
Stroud, 215.1, (258), 258.4, (310)
South Hams, 196.5, (171), 203.4, (177)
North Lincolnshire, 168.3, (290), 245.5, (423)
East Lindsey, 160.9, (228), 198.3, (281)
North East Lincolnshire, 154.8, (247), 176.1, (281)
West Devon, 121.9, (68), 139.8, (78)
Torridge, 118.7, (81), 106.9, (73)
North Devon, 111.2, (108), 147.2, (143)

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