The new information about two parties with a total of 30 participants at the Prime Minister’s residence in Downing Street – in the early hours of the day before the Prince’s funeral – has not been denied by the British government, Sky News writes.
The two parties are said to have taken place on April 16 and 17, during a period of extensive restrictions, including lounging indoors, and where a portrait of the isolated, lonely and mourning Queen at St George’s Chapel, at Prince Phillips’ funeral, has become a powerful symbol – an anti-epidemic symbol.
According to the BBC, a spokesperson confirmed thats it James Slack gave a farewell speech, The former head of communications for Boris Johnson, but the information they drank and danced in the early hours has not been commented on.
Meanwhile, another party was held in 10 Downing Street, according to the Telegraph, to celebrate one of Boris Johnson’s personal photographers.
The newspaper said Downing Street employees “filled a suitcase with bottles of wine” at a nearby store.
The parties started in different places, but the subscribers walked away together after midnight in the park.
Boris Johnson himself was not there One party, where he was at his country house for the weekend.
The latest information has been revealed about Johnson’s oath’s performance while he is already in the firing line for his participation in a drink reception in the garden of the house during the first shutdown, and at the “Your Liquor Reception” – and at the Christmas party held at 10 Downing Street.
Criticism of the Prime Minister is now increasing, where the leader of the Liberal Democrats Sir Ed Davey, among other things, repeated his demand to resign.
But it’s also rolling between its ranks, and five Conservative MPs have now backed the demand to resign.
“There is currently a moral vacuum at the heart of our government,” said Andrew Bridgen, who previously backed Johnson.
“I have no words for the culture and actions of the Number 10, the responsibility lies with the Prime Minister,” Angela Rayner, deputy leader of the Labor Party, wrote on Twitter.
Many suspected crimes Restrictions imposed during the pandemic in the Prime Minister’s Office have prompted the police to investigate whether to launch a formal investigation.
Among other things, there are An email indicating that a beverage package for 100 . has been prepared People.
Wednesday Boris Johnson admitted for the first time in Parliament He was at a drink party in the garden of 10 Downing Street while the country was under strict restrictions.
He apologized “from the heart” and said he then thought it was a job, but later realized he had to send everyone home.
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