November 30 According to a report by Sky News Network on the 30th, British police said that in the past weekend, they dispersed many large-scale illegal parties and issued multiple tickets.
It is reported that in the past weekend, British police have dispersed at least four illegal parties. Among them, about 200 young people gathered at an outdoor party in a student dormitory in Nottingham.
Local police commissioner Andrew Gowan said: “It is exciting that the vast majority of people clearly understand and abide by the current regulations, but it is very disappointing that so many people still need such expensive reminders…”
“We know these are tough times, but so many people are flagrantly ignoring the restrictions, and [we] really don’t have any excuse for this kind of behavior.”
In addition, on November 28, local time, police found an illegal party in an abandoned warehouse in Birmingham and were attacked by wine bottles. They arrested a man suspected of assaulting others and fined him 100 pounds.
During the search for the scene, the police also found Class A drugs. Local Superintendent Andy Beard said the event was “extremely dangerous” for attendees and police officers.
“It’s very disappointing that some people still don’t realize that such an incident will only increase the risk of spreading the deadly virus,” he said.
“It is unacceptable that people are desperately disregarding the rules and putting themselves and others at risk of contracting COVID-19. It is also unacceptable that police officers are attacked in the performance of their duties.
According to previous reports, the UK will end the “national blockade” on December 2, and the government cabinet will implement a strict “level control system” instead. The system divides the epidemic areas into three levels: medium, high and very high.
99 percent of the UK’s population will be ranked in the top two levels, with severe restrictions on bars and restaurants and banning different families from interacting indoors.