RESIDENTS have made complaints over politicians recently, after it was reported that a number of Conservatives were seen breaking lockdown regulations in broad daylight.

The comments come after a Crowthorne resident posted a comment online detailing how Conservative representatives, dropping off flyers in the area, were spotted congregating in a group of seven.

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Although as of Monday, March 29, the rule-of-six restrictions were introduced, allowing six people to meet outdoors at a time, the claim made took place two days before this was made legal.

One resident said over Facebook at the time of the alleged incident: "I’m pretty sure group of six doesn’t come into effect until Monday (March 29).

Hatch Ride, Crowthorne.

Hatch Ride, Crowthorne.

"They were on Hatch Ride as a group of seven.... I presume just leaflet dropping, not knocking on doors."

The resident later added: "Conservative representative said that she is bored of the rules, [and] she has had her jab so life is back to normal as far as she is concerned.

"I did say to her 'it’s not just about you though', when she walked off - further meeting of four going on further up the street (I'm pretty sure I’m the subject of discussion)."

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Bracknell Conservatives have been contacted for comment.

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