Boris Johnson and senior No 10 staff accused of breaking Covid lockdown rules last Christmas

Boris Johnson and senior No 10 staff accused of breaking Covid lockdown rules last Christmas

Boris Johnson and senior No 10 staff accused of breaking Covid lockdown rules last Christmas

The Independent says Boris Johnson and his senior Downing Street staff have been accused of flouting Covid restrictions by hosting parties at No 10 last Christmas.

It has been alleged that the prime minister attended a packed leaving do for a top aide in November 2020 and even gave a speech while the rest of the country was in lockdown.

Despite strict rules preventing others from hosting festive gatherings in the run-up to last Christmas, senior No 10 staff allegedly held their own office party as London was stricken by tier 3 restrictions.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/boris-johnson-covid-lockdown-rules-b1967351.html


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