Market Square, May 2021, during the UK's roadmap out of lockdown.

Nottingham residents expressed their anger at the government over claims of No 10 flaunting of Covid restrictions.

It was discovered that there had allegedly been up to 16 events that took place at No 10, a lot of which came during full national lockdown. The Metropolitan Police have announced that they would only be investigating 12 of them.

All information was set to be released in Sue Gray’s report, which had been highly-anticipated by both the government and by the general public.

Members of the public in Nottingham were very vocal about that they thought of the whole ordeal, as well as Gray’s report.

Ruth Townsend, 45, who lives in Hyson Green, described her thoughts: “It’s beyond belief.

“People were losing loved ones and they were having parties.

“I think he should resign or be voted out.”

Her feelings have resonated around Nottingham, with residents and MPs alike taking to social media to voice their discontent.

Lilian Greenwood, Labour MP for Nottingham South, took to Twitter to share her feelings.

Lilian Greenwood wasn’t the only local Labour MP to speak out on the matter.

Alex Norris, Labour & Co-op MP for Nottingham North, also took to Twitter alongside Nadia Whittome, Labour MP for Nottingham East.

Philip Trimble, 53, said: “I didn’t see my parents for months.

“I understand that people break the rules but they are the government who made the rules. It feels like a joke.”

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