MPs will vote on the proposals on Wednesday. If approved the measures will be introduced at 00:01 GMT on Thursday 5 November and remain in place until Wednesday 2 December.
People will be told to stay at home except for education, work (if it can't be done from home), exercise and recreation, medical reasons, shopping for food and other essentials, or to care for others
All pubs and restaurants will have to close (takeaways and deliveries can continue)
All non-essential shops will have to close (supermarkets can sell non-essential goods)
Households will not be allowed to mix with others indoors, or in private gardens
Individuals can meet one person from outside their household in an outside public space
Support bubbles for people who live alone and households made up of single parents and children can continue
Children will be able to move between homes if their parents are separated
Schools, colleges and universities will remain open
Workplaces will be asked to stay open if people cannot work from home - including construction and manufacturing
Outdoor exercise and recreation will be allowed, but gyms will have to close
Clinically vulnerable advised not to go to work if they are unable to work from home
After 2 December, different regions will return to the tiers one to three, depending upon the rates of infection.
What are the rules in tier three?
Until Thursday, every area of England is in one of three categories - medium (tier one), high (tier two) or very high (tier three), depending on the local infection rate.
Areas with the most rapidly rising transmission rates are placed in tier three.
You cannot meet anybody anywhere indoors who is not part of your household or support bubble, nor can you meet them in a private garden or outdoor venue such as a pub garden
You can meet up in groups of up to six people in parks, beaches, countryside or forests
Pubs and bars must close unless they are serving substantial meals. Alcohol can only be served as part of a meal
You are advised not to travel into or out of tier three areas, other than for work, education, youth services or caring responsibilities
Casinos, bingo halls and betting shops, adult gaming centres and soft play areas must shut
Extra measures can be introduced for individual areas.
What are the rules for tier two?
You cannot meet people socially indoors if you do not live with them - whether in private homes, pubs or restaurants
People in support bubbles can go on meeting as before, and informal childcare may also be provided
You can still meet friends and family outdoors, but only in a group of up to six people.
What are the rules for tier one?
Areas in tier one are subject to the basic national rules previously in force.
You may not meet in a group of more than six people, indoors or outdoors, unless you're in a larger household or a support bubble.
Pubs, bars and restaurants must close by 22:00 BST