After weeks of lockdown and politicians ramming “stay at home, save lives” narrative down our throats, we see Labour MP Barry Gardiner join a protest in London. Barry openly stated on social media that he was breaking social distancing rules, but why did he do it?
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“The number of people protesting made it impossible to observe the social distancing rules which I have strictly observed since March. I know how much people have suffered to keep each other safe, and I apologise to them for the hurt my failure to observe the rules has caused. On Tuesday evening, I received a negative test result. I am therefore confident that I did not infect anyone with whom I came into contact.”