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Home Secretary Priti Patel ‘would call the police’ if neighbours broke ‘rule of six’


Home Secretary Priti Patel has claimed she would call the police if her neighbours were hosting a party that broke coronavirus restrictions.

Under the new “rule of six”, which came into force on Monday, social gatherings of more than six people are now illegal in England.

People who break the new rule will face fines of up to £3,200.


When asked in a Sky News interview what she would do if she saw her neighbours breaking the new rule, Ms Patel told the Kay Burley @ Breakfast show: “I’m rarely at home but if I saw something that I thought was inappropriate then, quite frankly, I would call the police.”

She added: “It’s not dobbing in neighbours, it’s all about us taking personal responsibility.”

The Home Secretary went on to say if there was a “big party taking place”  then “it would be right to call the police”.

“Anyone that is effectively defying the rules, they will be helping to spread coronavirus,” Ms Patel said.

“That is not a good thing and obviously we all have a role to play.

“We’re all taking personal responsibility, we all have to be conscientious to one another.”

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Home Secretary Priti Patel

Ms Patel’s comments follow those of her policing minister, Kit Malthouse, who has also encouraged people in England to contact police if they see their neighbours flouting the new coronavirus measures.

On Monday, Downing Street suggested police would not immediately start imposing fines on people who break the “rule of six” restrictions.

The prime minister’s official spokesman said: “What you would expect to happen is for the police to be out today encouraging people to follow the new rules but in the coming days, if we see people continuing to flout the new rules, it is right that people could face a fine.

“The regulations are in place to help to stop the spread of the virus, to protect the NHS and to ultimately save lives.”

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