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Woman, 35, who held lockdown-busting memorial in 2020 demands Keir Starmer faces punishment


A woman given a retrospective £10,000 fine by Durham police for organising a balloon-releasing memorial during the pandemic says Sir Keir Starmer should also be hit with a financial penalty if he is found to have broken Covid rules.

Vicki Hutchinson voiced fury at photographs of the Labour leader swigging beer and chatting to party officials during a visit to Durham last April and urged police to ‘treat us all the same’.

The 35-year-old, from Peterlee in County Durham, organised her event in a field in November 2020 as a tribute to her father-in-law Ian Stephenson, a former miner who died from Covid-19.

Vicki Hutchinson voiced fury at photographs of the Labour leader swigging beer and chatting to party officials during a visit to Durham last April and urged police to 'treat us all the same'

Vicki Hutchinson voiced fury at photographs of the Labour leader swigging beer and chatting to party officials during a visit to Durham last April and urged police to ‘treat us all the same’

Dozens of well-wishers attended, and it was later claimed that many people did not keep apart or wear masks.

The police were not present but launched a retrospective investigation after a…



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