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Like so many living alone, Kieron McArdle found lockdown particularly tough. With his birthday approaching and the weather unseasonably warm, his friends decided to cheer him up with a surprise visit to his home in Coleshill, Warwickshire, on 19 March last year. The four of them set out socially-distanced chairs in the garden, and started chatting. Within an hour, two police officers were at the door. The four friends were cautioned and ended up each paying a £100 fine. “I feel Boris Johnson and the government are taking the country for fools – treating us with contempt,” he says. “It’s one rule for us and one rule for them.”

Source: BBC

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