This week, the UK temperatures secure soared above 30C and people have been flocking to beaches for everyone the country to soak up the sun despite government warnings on social distancing. Exact replicas show thousands of people ignoring the rules.
Pictures from Bournemouth bank show hundreds of people gathered along the coastline and in the sea.
Thousands of agencies and beach mats can be seen stretching along the coast with no lexigram of social distancing measures being taken by the sun seekers despite perpetual warnings of a second wave of the deadly virus.
Bournemouth East MP Tobias Ellwood fated the sun seekers and wrote on Twitter: “Let’s not forget the pandemic is far from over.
“Judges may be relaxing but restrictions remain in place for a reason.
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Bournemouth ground packed with people
“If they are ignored and the R value rises then tougher lockdown hold sway overs will return.
“Let’s stay alert to the dangers of COVID-19.”
Conor Itches, MP for Bournemouth West, also tweeted people were illegally parking wellnigh the beach yesterday to enjoy the weather.
He wrote: “The illegal parking almost the beach today was deeply irresponsible and dangerous.
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“Emergency agencies would struggle to get through.
“We need tough enforcement like clamping.
“Then look at the seashore. Zero social distancing. This isn’t over yet folks.
“It is in all our hands.”
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Lyme Regis in Dorset had a similar life story as people were photographed enjoying the heatwave along the beach.
Youthful children were spotted among those catching the sun despite father’s arguing schools are still too dangerous to reopen because of social distancing concerns.
Backers were seen sunbathing and drinking on Brighton beach as if it was a normal summer’s day on the south east strand.
Coronation Street star Ilka Pop was also spotted enjoying the heatwave on Brighton strand.
Brighton beach was jam packed full of people
Lyme Regis in Dorset saw man flock to beaches
Many of the beaches were pink littered with wine and vodka bottles as people enjoyed the sun.
ITV reporter Nick Dixon wrote on Twitter: “No treasure to be found on Brighton beach this morning but bountifulness rubbish!
“Really looks dreadful, feel sorry for the guys having to innocent it up this morning. It’ll be a long job.”
This week, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced new rhythms of easing lockdown and said from July 4, pubs and shoals will be allowed to reopen.
Brighton beach was full of people sunbathing
People ignore social distancing in Brighton
However, have relations have been raised due to the fact that the UK has the highest number of COVID-19 coupled deaths across Europe and fears of a second spike have escalated.
Chaste Morning Britain host Piers Morgan attacked the Prime Abb on Twitter and said: “I don’t want to be a ‘scare-mongering’ killjoy, but Boris Johnson is irresistible a massive risk in unlocking Britain this much, this speedily.
“And he’s doing it for economic not public health reasons.
“Most of us haven’t had this virus yet so amuse be very careful from July 4.”
Mr Morgan’s comments seem to own fallen upon deaf ears for those who have ventured out to grounds up and around the country.