According to the Daily Express, Scotland Yard ruled that Boris Johnson was not partying on photographs taken during a lockdown. The police have viewed the photos and concluded Mr Johnson was present in his work…
A picture published by The Daily Star shows the prime minister raising a glass at a leaving party in Downing Street during lockdown restrictions, which has sparked fresh accusations that he lied to parliament.
The Independent reports that Boris Johnson’s premiership has been thrown into even greater peril with the publication of photographs showing him drinking wine with Downing Street staff during England’s second COVID lockdown in 2020.
Johnson is facing fresh allegations that he lied to MPs after photos emerged of him toasting a senior aide at a Downing Street leaving drinks event during a national lockdown. Following the event in November…
As Labour prepared to present police with evidence showing his team worked past 1am on the night he was pictured drinking a beer, Sir Keir Starmer dramatically pledged to resign if fined for breaking lockdown…
Sir Keir Starmer has been accused of placing “deeply inappropriate” pressure on authorities investigating beergate after he said he would resign if Durham Constabulary fined him for his lockdown beer with aides. Opponents said this…
According to the Mail, Durham Constabulary is reviewing the decision to clear Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer of an alleged breach of lockdown rules after a Conservative MP requested it. Richard Holden’s letter was replied…
Prime Minister Boris Johnson was photographed holding a
can of Estrella beer
at his lockdown
birthday bash, the Daily Mirror reports, adding the picture is believed to be in the hands of the Metropolitan Police.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing renewed anger from MPs and bereaved families after it emerged that Carrie Johnson had thrown him a surprise birthday party during lockdown, writes The Guardian. Read more on this story…
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