Published: 13:09, 01 March 2021
| Updated: 13:38, 01 March 2021
A Kent man is among five charged with participating in anti-lockdown protests in breach of coronavirus legislation.
The group, which includes former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's brother and conspiracy theorist Piers, are accused of being involved in a number of mass gatherings across London between August Bank Holiday weekend and New Year's Eve.
Vincent Dunmall, of Clarendon Green, Orpington, is charged with eight offences.
It is claimed he held/was involved in holding gatherings in Trafalgar Square on August 29 and September 26 and in Westminster on October 24 and November 28.
The 54-year-old builder is separately charged with attending each of those events.
He is the co-director of Save Our Rights UK, a protest movement, alongside Louise Creffield.
The 34-year-old, of Reading Road, Brighton, is charged with the same offences as Dunmall.
Corbyn, 73, of East Street, Walworth is charged with organising the same gatherings and organising one on New Year's Eve in South Bank.
He is also charged with attending those events.
Kay Allison Shemirani, 55, of Timberley Gardens, Uckfield is charged with organising and attending the August Trafalgar Square event, alongside a gathering at Whitehall on September 5, and another in Trafalgar Square on September 19.
Fiona Hine, 35, of Arabella Drive, Putney is charged with attending the August 29 event, the September 5 event and organising and attending the September 19 event.
They are all due to appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Thursday, May 20.