Co-op flooded with fake reviews after Downing St ‘suitcase of wine’ party revelation

1/14/2022 1:23:00 PM

Co-op flooded with fake reviews after Downing St ‘suitcase of wine’ party revelation

Co-op flooded with fake reviews after Downing St ‘suitcase of wine’ party revelation

The Co-op on London’s the Strand has been hit with a number of joke reviews after it was alleged that Downing Street staff popped to the supermarket to fill “a suitcase of wine” for a lockdown rule-breaking party in April 2021.

to our free Indy100 weekly newsletter Another said: “Filled an entire suitcase of booze here a few months back.No.By 10:54, Wed, Jan 12, 2022 | UPDATED: 10:54, Wed, Jan 12, 2022 Link copied Bob Saget stars as Danny Tanner in Full House in 1987 Sign up for for the latest news from the world of showbiz SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you.Both Swansea council and the Welsh government ordered her to close the premises, with a district judge warning Redfern she would be in contempt of court if she reopened.

.. Witnesses say excessive alcohol was drunk and that both parties were said to have merged in the garden as the evening went on, making a group of 30.highly recommended. More info Actor Candace Cameron Bure has told of her heartbreak over the death of her Full House co-star Bob Saget at 65, after he suffered a suspected heart attack or stroke at a hotel in Orlando, Florida, on Sunday.” A third joker wrote: “Great place to buy wine for lockdown parties. In a statement, he added: ‘I am deeply sorry, and take full responsibility’ but declined to comment any further while a civil service-led investigation is being carried out.” While another said: “I visited the Strand Co-Op store during the second national lockdown, I remember it vividly as it was the day before Prince Philip’s funeral that was on TV. She was "living off" about £30,000 in savings, with the judge asking about any evidence Redfern was receiving funds from an "outside source".

“One colleague suggested we get drunk together, as that’s what all the rest of the departments in our organisation were doing at the time, so they sent me to the store along the Strand with a suitcase. Staff gathered at Number 10 to say farewell to the PM’s director of communications James Slack, who was leaving to become deputy editor at The Sun newspaper (Picture: REX) A Downing Street spokesperson said of Mr Slack’s farewell event: ‘On this individual’s last day he gave a farewell speech to thank each team for the work they had done to support him, both those who had to be in the office for work and on a screen for those working from home. “The staff were very, friendly and helpful, and the kind lady, who had earlier thrown someone out for not wearing a mask, helped me pack the wine bottles into the suitcase, and wished me luck on my journey back to the work meeting.” (Google/Screengrab) The parties were reportedly for James Slack, Johnson’s director of communications, and a photographer. Despite the PM’s admission, the Metropolitan Police is still declining to investigate. Around 30 people attended the combined events, which merged during the night. Johnson was not at Downing Street at the time, according to reports. They continued: ‘However, if significant evidence suggesting a breach of the regulations becomes available, officers may review and consider it. But Judge Thomas warned the court had the power to increase the fine if the appeal was unsuccessful.

Meanwhile, there was music, alcohol and a source claims a member of staff even broke Wilf Johnson’s swing. Responding to the allegations a Downing Street spokesperson said: “On this individual’s last day he gave a farewell speech to thank each team for the work they had done to support him, both those who had to be in the office for work and on a screen for those working from home. Get in touch with our news team by emailing us at.” Slack also issued an apology for his role in the evening. Indy100 has contacted the supermarket to comment on this story. More About: .

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Staffer at No 10 basement party 'sent to Co-op with suitcase to fill with wine'Downing Street staff who partied the night away at Number 10 during lockdown sent one reveller out with a suitcase to fetch more bottles of wine. Just released photo from the No.10 'work meeting' that night shows one attendee revealing his 'Member of Parliament'. Of course they did🤭

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Staffer at No 10 basement party 'sent to Co-op with suitcase to fill with wine'Downing Street staff who partied the night away at Number 10 during lockdown sent one reveller out with a suitcase to fetch more bottles of wine. Just released photo from the No.10 'work meeting' that night shows one attendee revealing his 'Member of Parliament'. Of course they did🤭

Downing Street Parties 'Fuelled By A Suitcase Of Wine As Queen Mourned Philip Alone'The Telegraph reports Covid restrictions were in place as two staff parties took place on eve of the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral.

to our free Indy100 weekly newsletter Another said: “Filled an entire suitcase of booze here a few months back.No.By 10:54, Wed, Jan 12, 2022 | UPDATED: 10:54, Wed, Jan 12, 2022 Link copied Bob Saget stars as Danny Tanner in Full House in 1987 Sign up for for the latest news from the world of showbiz SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you.Both Swansea council and the Welsh government ordered her to close the premises, with a district judge warning Redfern she would be in contempt of court if she reopened.

.. Witnesses say excessive alcohol was drunk and that both parties were said to have merged in the garden as the evening went on, making a group of 30.highly recommended. More info Actor Candace Cameron Bure has told of her heartbreak over the death of her Full House co-star Bob Saget at 65, after he suffered a suspected heart attack or stroke at a hotel in Orlando, Florida, on Sunday.” A third joker wrote: “Great place to buy wine for lockdown parties. In a statement, he added: ‘I am deeply sorry, and take full responsibility’ but declined to comment any further while a civil service-led investigation is being carried out.” While another said: “I visited the Strand Co-Op store during the second national lockdown, I remember it vividly as it was the day before Prince Philip’s funeral that was on TV. She was "living off" about £30,000 in savings, with the judge asking about any evidence Redfern was receiving funds from an "outside source".

“One colleague suggested we get drunk together, as that’s what all the rest of the departments in our organisation were doing at the time, so they sent me to the store along the Strand with a suitcase. Staff gathered at Number 10 to say farewell to the PM’s director of communications James Slack, who was leaving to become deputy editor at The Sun newspaper (Picture: REX) A Downing Street spokesperson said of Mr Slack’s farewell event: ‘On this individual’s last day he gave a farewell speech to thank each team for the work they had done to support him, both those who had to be in the office for work and on a screen for those working from home. “The staff were very, friendly and helpful, and the kind lady, who had earlier thrown someone out for not wearing a mask, helped me pack the wine bottles into the suitcase, and wished me luck on my journey back to the work meeting.” (Google/Screengrab) The parties were reportedly for James Slack, Johnson’s director of communications, and a photographer. Despite the PM’s admission, the Metropolitan Police is still declining to investigate. Around 30 people attended the combined events, which merged during the night. Johnson was not at Downing Street at the time, according to reports. They continued: ‘However, if significant evidence suggesting a breach of the regulations becomes available, officers may review and consider it. But Judge Thomas warned the court had the power to increase the fine if the appeal was unsuccessful.

Meanwhile, there was music, alcohol and a source claims a member of staff even broke Wilf Johnson’s swing. Responding to the allegations a Downing Street spokesperson said: “On this individual’s last day he gave a farewell speech to thank each team for the work they had done to support him, both those who had to be in the office for work and on a screen for those working from home. Get in touch with our news team by emailing us at.” Slack also issued an apology for his role in the evening. Indy100 has contacted the supermarket to comment on this story. More About: .