The family of a Conservative MP was reminded of the guidelines for locking down coronaviruses after police announced an illegal birthday party at his home.
Delyn MP Rob Roberts confirmed his family has been “called back to government advice,” which continues to prohibit people from visiting other people in their homes.
He added that he was “200 miles away” in London at the time.
The Daily Mirror reported that two people were asked to leave Mr. Roberts’ home in North Wales on a public holiday Monday after a police visit.
“In response to two reports of a possible violation COVID-19[female[feminine We visited an address in Ty’n y Coed, Mold yesterday, “North Wales police superintendent Mark Pierce told the newspaper.
“When we called the property, two people visiting the house left after receiving advice and no further action was taken. “
According to the Daily Mirror, there were balloons and banners outside the house on Monday marking the 40th anniversary, which would be the age of Mr. Roberts’ wife.
In a series of tweets marking International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia earlier this month, Roberts said he “was no longer afraid of being who I was.”
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He wrote, “I may have alluded to it before, but I never said it. I am no longer afraid of being who I am.
“This day is particularly moving and it is a good time to say it. “
Roberts won the Delyn Labor Party seat in the December general election.
In a Facebook article on Monday, the MP supported besieged Prime Minister Dominic Cummings, who is facing calls to resign over allegations that he has broken the lock rules.
After Mr. Cummings’ press conference on Monday, Roberts said: “I think he seemed to be acting entirely in the best interests of his child as a responsible husband and father.”
In a previous Facebook article earlier Monday, Roberts said there were “many questions” about Mr. Cummings’ actions that needed to be answered.
“Of course, it’s just that we can’t have one rule for one and one rule for the rest,” he wrote.
“I have asked for an appropriate investigation into the situation and whatever the outcome is that should bring the matter to an end.
“If Mr. Cummings acted inappropriately according to an investigation, then he should go. “