The Prime Minister wishes he could go back in time

The Prime Minister wishes he could go back in time

Prime Minister Boris Johnson and government agencies in Britain must respond to the many alleged gatherings during the country’s lockdown. There were allegations of 12 accidents in 2020.

* May 15: Garden party in Downing Street. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, his wife Carrie, former key advisor Dominic Cummings and Johnson’s private secretary Martin Reynolds are pictured in a photo leaked to the Guardian. They were sitting at a table in the garden with wine and cheese in front of them. Another 15 people were also photographed. Johnson invited her to a business meeting.

* May 20: Haggfest. A leaked email from Reynolds to 100 Downing Street employees who were invited to an evening gathering, where guests were to bring their own wine/drink.

* November 13: Farewell party. Prime Minister Boris Johnson addressed an event for outgoing Director of Communications Lee Kaine.

* November 13: Party in a private house. Johnson’s then-fiancĂ© is allegedly invited to parties at the private home in Downing Street. A spokesperson described the allegation as “pure nonsense”.

November 25: Spontaneous drinking with Ministry of Finance employees begins after a business meeting.

* November 27: Farewell to another senior Downing Street employee. Johnson is said to have spoken.

December 10: Ceremony sponsored by the Ministry of Education. Former Education Secretary Gavin Williamson is said to have attended.

December 14: Party with mayoral candidate Sean Bailey and staff at the Conservative Party campaign headquarters. Bailey has since apologized and admitted the misjudgment.

* December 15: Competition in Downing Street. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is pictured with his colleagues, one wearing Christmas tinsel and the other wearing a Santa hat. Downing Street admitted Johnson was “briefly” involved in the test, but said it was a hypothetical event.

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* December 16: Civil servants at the Ministry of Transportation drink alcohol and dance after office hours in the office. A spokesperson later said that was a miscalculation and apologised.

December 17: Christmas party at Government House. The invitations are said to have been sent by the secretary to Simon Case, a member of the government. On digital calendars, the event has been marked as a “Christmas Party”.

December 18: Christmas party in Downing Street. The incident that triggered investigations with the parties during the shutdown was allegations that a party for Downing Street employees had been arranged. What Boris Johnson should have been involved in. His spokeswoman Allegra Stratton has quit her job after a video of her joking about the incident was leaked at a semi-press conference.

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