The Daily Mirror claims “another party pic exclusive” with a new photo it says was taken at a “boozy” No 10 lockdown gathering. The front page carries a picture of a man standing over a table laden with wine and prosecco bottles as well as doughnuts and miniature cakes, during what the paper says was an event to mark the last press briefing held by senior aide James Slack on 17 November 2020. Sources claim the event, attended by up to 40 staff, was not thought to have been probed by top civil servant Sue Gray or the Met Police.
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