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PMQs Boris apologises for Christmas Party video

PMQs Boris apologises for Christmas Party video

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PMQs Boris apologises for Christmas Party video

Boris Johnson apologised for a video that showed staff joking about a Christmas party last December.  Mr Johnson said he was “sickened” by it.

PM also said he was ‘furious’ about the footage.  It showed Number 10 staff making light of lockdown measures.

Boris Johnson answered questions from MPs on the alleged Downing Street Christmas party after a leaked video showed No10 staff joking about the event.

Downing Street repeatedly insisted there was no party on Friday, December 18 last year, amid a row over whether lockdown rules were breached.

It’s reported the alleged event involved party games, as well as food and drinks being served until past midnight, at a time when Tier 3 rules explicitly banned work Christmas lunches and parties where it was “a primarily social activity and is not otherwise permitted”.

What are your thoughts on this?  Is the apology enough?  Will heads roll?  Should people go?  Is this the end of Boris?

In the meantime Allegra Stratton has resigned from her job with the PM


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