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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’

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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