Even several times, Boris Johnson has publicly announced and stated that members of his government have complied with the restrictions of Corona and the recommendations they made themselves during the Corona pandemic.
Information emerged about a number of occasions at Christmas last year that cast doubt on this.
On Sunday, the British tabloid woman Refer to a leaked image of Johnson participating in a virtual Christmas quiz.
employment Picture One can see the Prime Minister in the company of two of his colleagues, while sitting at a table and reading the test questions.
According to the newspaper, the test took place on December 15, 2020 at 10 Downing Street, which is the prime minister’s office.
At this time, Britain was in complete lockdown, which then meant avoiding all forms of indoor gatherings with people not affiliated with their families.
Johnson is now accused of transgressing this.
Low confidence record
A source told The Mirror that several other employees gathered around computer screens in various meeting rooms and drank beer. There must be up to six people assembled in four of the meeting rooms.
Many sources have the opposite set BBC. They were told through their sources that the two people sitting in the same room with Johnson were members of his closest staff. It is said that they were there to assist the Prime Minister with technology.
Boris Johnson really believes that there are some rules that apply only to him, and others that apply to everyone else. Despite repeated party denials, it now appears that there are several parties and caucuses and the prime minister has taken part in this Christmas contest, says Labor Vice President Angela Rayner BBC.
Labour’s leader, Keir Starmer, told the BBC it appeared Johnson had broken the coronavirus rules.
British authorities have also opened an investigation into suspicions that the government met at several major rallies – including two in Downing Street – despite national rules.
According to Starmer, events have led to confidence in the prime minister now dropping to a record low.
rejects the accusations
As a result of the recent accusations against the government, a Downing Street spokesperson made a statement in a press release to British media.
The statement states that the Christmas test should have been a hypothetical test, and that many government employees have had to physically come to the office to work during the coronavirus pandemic.
– Those who were in the office for work actually participated in the Christmas contest from their desks. The press release stated that the Prime Minister participated for a short time to thank his employees for their hard work and good efforts.
At this time in December 2020, only a few exceptions are allowed for breaching compilation rules. Among other things, it can be considered necessary to carry out its work.
Reportedly, three gatherings from 2020 are now under investigation Watchman.
One of them was a farewell party for the employee, which took place at 10 Downing Street on November 27. Boris Johnson is said to have attended the event.
The second was a social gathering with drinks at the State Department on December 10, and the third event was a Christmas quiz.
Much has been said about the episodes, according to the Guardian, after Boris Johnson’s former adviser, Dominic Cummings, claimed on Friday that images from the events may emerge.
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Among the Corona rules implemented in the UK in December 2020 is that no Christmas tables or Christmas gatherings are allowed.
The Christmas test took place just three days before the alleged Christmas dinner in Downing Street, where several Johnson employees were said to have taken part.
The prime minister and other members of the government have repeatedly denied that the Christmas table was ever set.
However, earlier this week, a video appeared, in which several employees joke about how to explain their violation of Corona rules that they had entered themselves a few days ago, according to Sky News.
The video received heavy criticism, and Johnson was subjected to so many questions that he had to stay away from the video and get rid of one of his spokespeople, according to Watchman.
Criticism of the prime minister and his government comes at a time when Johnson is facing a lot of other issues.
Daily infection rates in the UK have not been as high as they have been since January, and the omicron variant is spreading at a high rate.
If the government does not impose further restrictions, up to 75,000 people could die in England in the new year. It heralds new predictions made by researchers London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.
Johnson has stated that it is possible for the government to take tougher measures, if the infection situation escalates.
At the same time, many of Johnson’s party colleagues believe that new restrictions should not be rushed, according to him. Watchman.
Boris Johnson is facing the toughest week of his tenure as prime minister, writes the newspaper’s political editor, Toby Helm.
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