Brendan Maxwell remembered at protest
The name of a taxi driver who died on the Island in April this year was held up outside 10 Downing Street at a recent protest in the UK.
Taxi driver Brendan Maxwell was one of the twenty four victims of the Covid-19 pandemic.
His name was held up by protesters calling for the UK government to recognise the human cost of the virus, and to commemorate the dead.
Ellis Tustin, founder of the 'Names Not Numbers' campaign, spoke with Ewan Gawne: