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Ex-Labour party staff have said they are pleased "their reputations have been restored".
The brother of former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, is to go on trial for attending mass protests in central London during the coronavirus pandemic.
Piers Corbyn, 73, of Southwark, pleaded not guilty at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Wednesday afternoon to two charges of participating in a gathering in public of more than two people in England during the coronavirus emergency period.
The charges relate to two incidents in Hyde Park in central London, on 16 May and 30 May.