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Jeremy Corbyn’s brother Piers will ‘cite human rights’ when he goes on trial for anti-lockdown protests

Jeremy Corbyn’s brother Piers will ‘cite human rights’ when he goes on trial for anti-lockdown protests


 

JEREMY Corbyn’s brother will cite his human rights when he goes on trial for protesting over lockdown restrictions, a court docket heard.

Piers Corbyn, 73, denies two virus guidelines breaches over his attendance at demos in London’s Hyde Park final month.

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Piers Corbyn, the brother of Jeremy Corbyn, at Westminster Magistrates, London, the place he was charged with breaching lockdown guidelines[/caption]

The personal climate forecaster, of Southwark, South London, admits being there however says he had the fitting to protest, Westminster magistrates had been advised yesterday.

His lawyer mentioned police forces didn’t constantly apply the foundations.

Corbyn — older brother of the ex-Labour chief — faces trial in October.

Corbyn’s defence counsel, Richard Parry, described his consumer as a peaceable protester, including: “He’s clearly a person with an indication and a megaphone, and maybe a number of leaflets to offer out.”


Prosecutor Misha Majid mentioned Corbyn additionally acquired a hard and fast penalty discover on Might 9 for allegedly protesting over lockdown restrictions.

Corbyn, sporting a black go well with, darkish blue shirt and claret tie, sat with a newspaper tucked below his arm and wrote in a pocket book throughout the 25-minute listening to.

Corbyn was launched on unconditional bail, and posed for images with a handful of supporters exterior the court docket.

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