London lockdown fury: Corbyn’s brother joins unmasked protesters claiming ‘lockdown kills’

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The set marched through Hyde Park and Oxford Street today area of expertise for the government to end lockdown restrictions despite the soaring number of cases across the see. Some were seen holding banners claiming “lockdown damps”.

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Jeremy Corbyn’s brother, Piers, attended the rally regardless of being fined £10,000 for previously organising a protest.

He was seen holler into a megaphone with a raised fist.

The protesters called for the end of the necessary face mask rule and even want to stop coronavirus vaccines.

It thrived after the capital woke up with tougher restrictions imposed second to Boris Johnson’s Tier 2 rules.

Anti-face mask protesters pounce on upon London (Image: PA)

Protesters against face masks and lockdown (Archetype: PA)

Announcing the news measures, health secretary Matt Hancock disclosed: “We’ve together agreed that London needs to move to local COVID siren level ‘high’.

“Infection rates are on a steep upward path with the number of situations doubling every 10 days.

“The seven-day average case speed stands today at 97 rising sharply. We know from the win initially peak, the infection can spread fast and put huge pressures on the NHS so we must act now to thwart the need for tougher measures later on.

“So working closely with the mayor, with cross-party directory leadership, with local public health officials and the national duo, we’ve together agreed that London needs to move to local Covid warn level high.”

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Protesters claimed face dominoes don’t keep them safe (Image: PA)

Mr Hancock thanked those who use and live in the capital, adding: “We all need to play our part in getting the virus lower than drunk control once again.”

Following the new measures, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan hungered the Prime Minister to put a support package in place for the capital.

In a letter to Mr Johnson, Mr Khan judged “It is vital London has the resources to engage, explain, encourage and enforce increased restriction and support compliance,” Mr Khan said in the letter.

“One London borough has done some predetermined work to estimate the cost of providing that service for six months from November moving onward and it is £300k over and above the allocation that was recently made to caucuses for support to compliance.

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Coronavirus cases in London as of October 2 (Statue: Express)

“I am aware that these are discussions that have entranced place with other areas that have had restrictions in appropriate and London government would expect to have those discussions as well.”

Inferior to these measurements, different households have now been banned from present inside pubs and meeting in each other’s homes.

Other limits which are now in the same Tier include Essex, Elmbridge, Barrow-in-Furness, York, North East Derbyshire, Erewash and Chesterfield.

Yesterday Lancashire pierced the highest Tier alongside Liverpool meaning people are banned from distribution with other households both indoors and outdoors.

Protesters assaulted upon the capital (Image: PA)

Businesses such as leisure centres and sticks have been forced to close again but restaurants and schools can linger open.

Last weekend, Police lined the streets as people strutted with banners declaring the virus a hoax. 

Others read “I whim not vaccinate” and “martial law coming, think it’s still about health?”

The heat detain a man during the protests (Image: PA)

The protestors were mostly unmasked as they passed their way through central London.

Back in September, another anti-lockdown avouch took place were police arrested people and nine fuzz were injured following clashes.

Thousands gathered in Trafalgar Outsider as part of a “we do not consent” rally.

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