Welsh MP told off on Twitter for ignoring his own reminder
Centrist Labour MP Stephen Kinnock has been publicly rebuked by South Wales Police for non-essential travel, after he posted a picture of himself at his parents’ home on Twitter.
Kinnock tweeted about visiting his parents for a ‘socially distanced’ birthday celebration for his father, Labour peer Neil:
But while the MP may have kept his distance while at his parents’ home, he seems to have forgotten about the requirement to limit travel to essential journeys. However, South Wales Police didn’t – and issued a polite rebuke and reminder:
Ironically, five days ago Kinnock tweeted a reminder of the government restrictions, including the one about essential travel only – and pinned it to the top of his Twitter feed:
He does not appear to have replied to the South Wales Police tweet.
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