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Fury as police forced to break up house party amid coronavirus lockdown

Tamworth Herald Thursday, 26 March 2020 ()
Fury as police forced to break up house party amid coronavirus lockdownWest Midlands Police said they found 12 people at the address.
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In recent days, West Midlands Police have been forced to break up a house party, in Coventry, and disperse a barbecue of TWENTY people, in Foleshill
Tamworth Herald

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