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Marc Wynn launched a venomous attack on Nicola Sturgeon, claiming that she and the overbearing modus operandi of other politicians were due to their quest for more power to feed their inflated egos. Mr Wynn argued that a desire for more control dictates whatever shot they call, as he insisted that politicians lack self-criticism and never question themselves. Mr Wynn hit the city of Glasgow on New Years Eve and was the Avant-Garde pub when police broke into the premises and urged him and other revelers to stop dancing, before throw a 50-year-old man to the ground for refusing to obey and flouting the rules.

He told GB News presenter Dan Wootton that executives like Ms Sturgeon and Boris Johnson should be held accountable for these types of shocking incidents.

Mr Wootton asked: ‘I think it’s ridiculous from the police, but to me, Mark, I blame Sturgeon for it because she’s the person who criminalized the Scots for having fun.

“Do you agree?”

Mr Wynn replied: “What I’m going to say is that it doesn’t matter if you are Sturgeon, Boris, Mark or whatever, you are down if you do and you are down if you don’t.

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“And these guys will never be wrong.”

Mr. Wynn continued, “The problem with all of our political leaders is that it’s their ego that controls what they do.

“They make decisions because they want to be more powerful, they want to have more control.

“And it’s that element of things in them, they’re afraid of being seen as the wrong person.

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Last week, Scottish Premier Sturgeon resisted calls to scrap the COVID-19 rules that went into effect on December 27, reiterating that they will be in place for three weeks, until at least January 17.

She said: “The new safeguards relating to hospitality, indoor public places and live events that I set out last week are now in effect,” Ms. Sturgeon said.

“We will be reviewing them on an ongoing basis – however, at this point we expect them to be in effect until January 17th.

“This means, for now, limits on the size of live public events – although private events such as weddings are exempt.”

Under the new regulations, nightclubs in Scotland have been forced to close unless they function as a pub with table service and strict distance.

Public places have been ordered to limit their capacity to 100 people at standing indoor events, up to 200 people at seated indoor events and a maximum of 500 people outdoors, whether they are sitting or standing.

In Wales, meanwhile, Prime Minister Mark Drakeford has started to impose fines of £ 60 on people who refuse to work from home and come to their office instead.

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