A north Wales MP has denied any wrongdoing after reports police were called to break up a "birthday party" at his house.

The Daily Mirror reports that balloons and banners were posted outside the house of Rob Roberts, MP for Delyn, on bank holiday Monday and police had to ask two visitors to leave.

The Conservative politician tweeted to say he was in London at the time of the incident and his family have been reminded of the lockdown guidance.

Current lockdown restrictions prohibit social gatherings with people outside of your own household.

Superintendent Mark Pierce, from North Wales Police, told the Daily Mirror that police did visit an address in Mold on Monday 25 and advised two people to leave.

When we called at the property, two people visiting the house left following advice and no further action was taken.

SUPERINTENDENT MARK PIERCE, NORTH WALES POLICE

A spokesman also said: "Rob Roberts was not present at the time.

"His family have been reminded of the guidelines set out by the Government."

This comes after the news that Dominic Cummings drove nearly 250 miles to Durham when his wife was exhibiting coronavirus symptoms.

Mr Roberts has spoken of his support for Mr Cummings' actions saying that the government aide "seemed to be entirely acting in the best interest of his child" and "it is now time for us all to move on from this issue."