Would you ever consider snitching on your neighbours?

A Home Office minister recently announced that people should report their neighbours to the police if they breach the new 'rule of six' coronavirus restrictions.

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Policing Minister Kit Malthouse suggested people should ring the non-emergency 101 number if they have concerns that the laws are being breached.

Any social gathering of more than six people in England is against the law, with people facing fines of up to £3,200 if they do not abide by the new measure, which applies to both indoor and outdoor settings.

We asked readers whether they would grass their own neighbours and what their thoughts are on the subject.

On the whole, people from Bracknell disagree and think people should mind their own business.

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Here's what you said:

Sheilagh-anne Davidson said: "Call the police, what’s the point they would only tell you they have more priority cases. Which they do!

"Their time and resource is stretched as it is so forgive me if I don’t clog up the system with more calls and waste my time about some grandparents visiting their families."

Roy Stallwood said: "People are clueless to what is happening it would seem.

"The economy is absolutely trashed already and they are acting like nothing is happening."

Sharon Snow added: "I am not a grass."

Dale Clifton said: "Nope you don’t snitch on your neighbours. Who will look out for your house whilst your away or if your children who are playing in the street it’s a community not prison. Snitches get stitches and most likely a burnt down house"