Posted by Gareth Icke Posted on 6 September 2020

Hundreds of Scottish anti-lockdown activists hold huge protest in Edinburgh against Nicola Sturgeon’s stricter measures as defiant Piers Corbyn attends rally in Sheffield less than a week after he was slapped with £10,000 fine

Hundreds of anti-lockdown activists held a huge protest against wearing face masks outside the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh this afternoon.

Around 600 coronavirus sceptics and vaccine conspiracy theorists gathered outside Hollyrood after Scotland saw its highest weekly rise in coronavirus cases since May. 

Meanwhile, Piers Corbyn attended an anti-lockdown protest in Sheffield today, less than a week after he was handed a £10,000 fine for organising a rally in London.

The older brother of former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn spoke at the protest in Sheffield city centre.

He was joined by anti-5G campaigner Mark Steele in the Sheffield Peace Gardens this afternoon, with South Yorkshire Police in attendance.

Read more: Hundreds of Scottish anti-lockdown activists hold huge protest in Edinburgh against Nicola Sturgeon’s stricter measures as defiant Piers Corbyn attends rally in Sheffield less than a week after he was slapped with £10,000 fine

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