A UK police force has vowed to break up Christmas family reunions that violate coronavirus ‘social distancing’ restrictions.
West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner David Jamieson said the force would not hesitate to intervene in situations where the rules are broken.
“If we think there are large groups of people gathering where they shouldn’t be, then the police will have to intervene. If, again, there is a gross violation of the rules, then the police should enforce them, ”noted Jamieson.
The West Midlands are currently under a Level 2 foreclosure, which means it is illegal for two separate households to mingle inside, although there appears to be widespread non-compliance throughout. the country.
The West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner said officers will enter homes and separate households if necessary https://t.co/eC1EyCmPVy
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After BBC reporter Victoria Derbyshire said she would break the rules to see her family on Christmas, she was forced to back down and apologize.
Respondents to the news voiced their fury.
“It’s almost as if the police and politicians are deliberately trying to provoke people. If they try this at Christmas, things will get very nasty very quickly, ”one said.
“Now is the time to stand up against this tyranny!” added another.
Others pointed out that without a warrant, the police could not legally enter homes to enforce the rules.
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