THIRTEEN soldiers who guard Windsor Castle have been jailed for breaking lockdown rules while the Queen and Prince Philip were shielding inside. The troops from Welsh Guards face up to 28 days in prison after bursting their Covid bubbles at a booze and coke-fuelled party. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates They were part of a group of 16 guardsmen caught mingling with the public at a “mini-rave” in a riverside park. Four of the men tested positive for cocaine and will be kicked out of the army when they have served their custodial sentences at the military’s Glasshouse prison, in Colchester. It is thought to be the largest number of soldiers ever jailed for a single crime, at the same time.“It’s pretty extreme,” a source said. “Civvies would get a £100 fine for breaking lockdown rules. These guys have been jailed and they forfeit all their pay while they are inside.” The first 13 guardsmen were sentenced last week and their punishments ranged from 14 to 28 days. ‘SERIOUS OFFENCE’ The remaining three suspects, including a more senior lance sergeant, will learn their fate in the next few days. They are expected to… Read full this story
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