Coronavirus: The Stasi (UK Police) enjoying the police-state powers at Newcastle turns out what they did was ILLEGAL

Britain’s first conviction for breaching lockdown was ‘ILLEGAL’: Bungling police used ‘wrong law’ to fine 41-year-old woman £800 when she refused to say why she was at Newcastle Station [LINK].

It turns out the police have no idea what they were doing [LINK].

Kirsty Brimelow QC, one of Britain’s leading human rights lawyers, told The Times: ‘Powers under the Coronavirus Act [do not] relate to a direction to provide identity or reason for a journey. So it seems that she has been prosecuted and convicted for an offence which does not exist under this act. She has an option of appeal.’

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Also:

North Wales police officers face ridicule after accidentally pulling over their own chief constable during coronavirus lockdown checks amid backlash at ‘overzealous’ enforcement [LINK].

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