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Nearly 4,000 fined for breaking the mask rules on London transport | TfL

Almost 4000 people were released with fixed-penalty notifications (FPN) for No wearing a face coating on public transport in London when it was a must, and thousands more they were forbidden to travel or ordered to leave the capital network, official numbers show.

Mandatory wearing of masks on Transport for Services of London (TfL) were delivered in place to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Face coverings no longer a condition of wagon since February 24 is year after the change in in government approach to life with coronavirus.

BUT total of 3996 FPNs were issued people for does not match with requirement to wear face for the period from February 24, 2021 to January 27, 2022 Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan said.

During the same period, TfL prevented 7,283 people from travel and directed 2325 people leave network. TfL not record face covering compliance activities from 27 January to 24 February 2022.

The data was released following a question from a member of the London Assembly. Khan said: “In safety of TfL’s clients and employees are always its top priority. BUT range of measures helped ensure customers can travel safely and confidently on TfL services during the pandemic, including those requiring face coverage as a condition of transportation both before and after was a legal requirement and continues to be strongly encouraged today.”

Release of data match with publication of a report that laid bare the party culture on Downing Street at the same time where officials were discussing how they ‘gone with drinks parties.

Johnson apologizes to the House of Commons for breaking the law that went on in Downing Street, including his own actions, but insisted he was not misleading parliament when he said everything rules followed. “I am humiliated and have learned my lesson,” he told deputies.

Labor leader Keir Starmer said: “It is now impossible to defend prime minister words to it house. It’s about trust. Because during that press conference on May 20, the British public said a normal life as we know it’s long way off. But it wasn’t like that in No. 10”.

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