Liverpool news Partygoers on way to Liverpool fined as police stop car on M6 MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - They were travelling from Tamworth and Birmingham to Liverpool for a party
Breaking News ! Partygoers were busted by police on the M6 as they travelled to Liverpool for New Year's Day. Officers stopped a vehicle on the M6 Hilton services on Friday, January 1 and found people from multiple households travelling together from Tamworth and Birmingham. At the time, Tamworth and Birmingham had entered the strictest Tier 4 restrictions for coronavirus on New Year's Eve, while Liverpool was in Tier 3. Breaching coronavirus rules, a 23-year-old woman and a 21-year-old man were fined. Staffordshire Police confirmed to StokeOnTrentLive: "We have issued fines to two people from different households found travelling together from Tamworth and Birmingham to Liverpool for a party. Receive newsletters with the latest news, sport and what's on updates from the Liverpool ECHO by signing up here "Officers stopped a vehicle on the M6 Hilton services on Friday, January 1 and found people from multiple households travelling together in a vehicle. Read More Related Articles Polly, 106, beats covid and says she 'feels healthier than ever' Read More Related Articles England 'could face tougher lockdown within days' with exercise limit and more firms closed "A 23-year-old woman from Tamworth and a 21-year-old man from Alum Rock in Birmingham were each issued with a £200 fine.
. "We recognise that the last ten months have been very challenging for people and will continue to be so over the coming weeks. "I would like to thank the vast majority of people across our county for following the rules and adhering to the stricter guidelines. Enter your postcode below to find the latest figures where you live
"As throughout the pandemic, our officers will work with local communities to engage with people proportionately, fairly and using common sense, to encourage compliance with the regulations. "Where people are determined to break these rules, which are in place to keep people safe, we will not hesitate to move to enforcement and issue a fine, targetting our resources towards those who commit the most serious breaches and put others at risk through their behaviour. "Our experience so far is that the vast majority of people have taken personal responsibility for doing the right thing and I am confident that will continue so that we can bring the virus under control and start to think about a return to a more normal way of life."
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