Don’t throw any more! While still stuck in what the British now call the “partygate” (a party organized on May 20, 2020, in full confinement, at 10 Downing Street), British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing new revelations this weekend.
In addition to the aperitif of May 15, 2020, five days earlier, in the same park, relayed photo in support by the Guardian on December 19, then the Christmas evenings at 10 Downing Street, new revelations make this week state of two parties in Downing Street, without Boris Johnson this time, but on the eve of the funeral of Prince Philip in April 2021. Let us remember that at the time, Elizabeth II had attended the funeral of her husband alone in the chapel of Windsor Castle, a symbolic image of the rigor of the confinements.
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In addition to these latest revelations, aperitifs, organized every Friday in Downing Street during confinement, says this Saturday January 15 the newspaper “The Mirror”, extending the list of accusations against British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, whose position seems to increasingly precarious.
The newspaper claims that staff had even invested in a fridge to keep their bottles of alcohol cool and that the Prime Minister was aware of these gatherings. A spokesperson for Downing Street referred to the conclusions of an investigation led by a senior civil servant who will have to determine whether Boris Johnson and his collaborators broke the rules during the various events.
Call for resignation
Still, anger is brewing, including in the conservative ranks of Boris Johnson who is fighting to stay in power. According to the newspapers, his supporters have been asked to praise his achievements, including the implementation of Brexit, and some of his aides will be asked to leave.
Opposition Labor leader Keir Starmer calls for his resignation.
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But he himself has been accused of hypocrisy over photos showing him having a beer with a small group of Labor workers in an office last May, at a time when indoor meetings were banned , except in the professional context.
When the photo was first published last year, his party argued that Keir Starmer had not broken any rules because he was on a ” workplace “.