“It is probably a busy night and we have confirmed what we know, alcohol and social distance are not a good combination,” said John Apter, head of the Police Federation, a staffing agency for police in England and Wales.
Apter, who served in Southampton, southern England, said that he and his colleagues were dealing with “happy drunk, angry drunk, quarrels” and antisocial behavior. “What is clear is that drunk people cannot / will not be socially distant,” he said.
In a post on Twitter, the London Metropolitan Police called people to “please hold accountable, stay safe and follow social distance and other guidance” as the people reopen.
However, images taken in Soho, famous for its pubs and bars, showed crowded streets in the center of London on Saturday night.
Five pubs in Nottinghamshire, England’s East Midlands region, said they decided to close early after anti-social behavior, and the police made four arrests following reports of a broken window and small assault.
But Inspector Craig Berry thanked “the majority of the people who were responsible for Saturday”.
Devon and Cornwall Police in the southwest of England said they received over 1,000 calls from the public mostly on “drink-related disorder” on Saturday.
And he tweeted in Essex, in southeastern England, saying a police officer had made four arrests.
British Health Minister Matt Hancock said Sky News is generally satisfied with Sophy Ridge’s Saturday departure.
On Sunday, “What I see, although there are some pictures on the contrary, very, very largely people acted responsibly, and this balanced message is very important. People should enjoy the summer safely.” Said.
“What you needed to check the virus was that they did not avoid taking drastic measures from Leicester and elsewhere. But the overall plan has always been to remove the deadlock to try to remove national measures. – but be absolutely clear, we will fight local exacerbations when we see them.”