Fri. Oct 22nd, 2021

HUNDREDS of protesters gathered in Hyde Park this afternoon to demonstrate against the wearing of face masks.

Face masks will become compulsory in shops from July 24 – and anyone who fails to wear one can be hit with a £100 fine.

Activists brandished signs reading “I will not be masked, tested, tracked” and “no mask” as they gathered for the ‘Keep Britain Free’ march today.

The group claim the government acted “illegally” by putting the country into lockdown and are opposed to a Covid-19 vaccination.

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5 thoughts on “Protesters march on Hyde Park refusing to wear face coverings ahead of new coronavirus shop rules”
  1. I hope these people have fun getting turned away from every shop they try and go in lol, it’s a f’ing mask deal with it, you upper middle class snobs

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