Fearful Boris Johnson swears to contest Sue Gray report - ‘Will do exactly what I said!’
BORIS JOHNSON has promised to fight till the end after facing continuous pressure to quit over the alleged lockdown parties held in Downing Street.
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Mr Johnson replied that he would “do exactly what I said”.Downing Street has said it is their"intention" to publish the report in the format in which Mr Johnson receives it.Boris Johnson has been accused of attending party at Downing Street during the first lockdownRead more: Daily Express »
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Pressure on Boris Johnson to release full Sue Gray ‘partygate’ reportBoris Johnson is under mounting pressure to publish Sue Gray’s report into “partygate” allegations in full, after the Metropolitan Police cleared the way for its release. 🔓 This article is currently free to read. 👇 Why isn't The Telegraph reporting on this criminal investigation by the UK police? It is not free to read JoePajak Johnson isn’t above the law, it looks like he forgot that.
Johnson braced for Gray report after Met confirms investigation into Downing St parties\n\t\t\tKeep abreast of significant corporate, financial and political developments around the world.\n\t\t\tStay informed and spot emerging risks and opportunities with independent global reporting, expert\n\t\t\tcommentary and analysis you can trust.\n\t\t I am still slightly bemused that the UK PM is fighting for survival over a covid party while the U.S. President tried to overthrow the govt and is still walking around holding rallies.
Boris Johnson Was 'Ambushed With A Cake', Says Supporter In Wildest 'Partygate' Excuse YetBoris Johnson was 'ambushed with a cake', says ally Conor Burns in wildest 'partygate' excuse yet Was he also ambushed by wine and cheese at his garden party? Crack killer vegetables? Ninja Doritos? Where does it stop? MI5 need to investigate his fridge, not the one he hid in. Pathetic.
Sue Gray 'has photos of Boris next to wine bottles at No10 parties'A day of high drama and chaos in Westminster started when Scotland Yard chief Cressida Dick announced that the Metropolitan Police will finally probe alleged lockdown breaches. If Johnson welcomes the police investigation now, why didn't he ask for that to start with? And why is the Met investigating this when its own officers appear to have been complicit? The demand for investigation of PartyGate means acceptance of the oppressive Lockdown rules.The beliefs that these parties were illegal will be easily defeated by loopholes in Coronavirus Act 2020 such as gatherings for business, educational and charitable purposes were allowed. THEY'VE BEEN SNORTING COKE!
Sue Gray 'has photos of Boris next to wine bottles at No10 parties'A day of high drama and chaos in Westminster started when Scotland Yard chief Cressida Dick announced that the Metropolitan Police will finally probe alleged lockdown breaches. All parties are now calling for a General Election if Boris goes then the new leader must seek the mandate of the people. I'd suggest he doesn't bother continuing to insult the public and slinks off to obscurity. We offer all kind of scrap materials such as drained lead acid battery scrap on 99. 97%,Used Rails,HMS1&2,Copper Scrap,Nylon Scrap e.t.c Contact us via: Company Name: Td Euro Scrap Metal Limited Contact Name: Darius Dirskus tdeuroscrapmetalltdgmail.com Whatsapp :+447537183659
's inquiry into the events, which had been expected on Wednesday. Related articles Mystery dog illness spreads: Urgent warning as vets see spike in cases The report is likely to be released on Thursday, but no official release date has been announced. Speaking at the House of Commons, Sir Keir Starmer called on the PM to keep a promise to publish the report in full. Mr Johnson replied that he would “do exactly what I said”. Downing Street has said it is their"intention" to publish the report in the format in which Mr Johnson receives it. Boris Johnson has been accused of attending party at Downing Street during the first lockdown (Image: Getty Images) He said he wouldn't resign and insisted his government “gets the big calls right”. (Image: Getty Images) A news report by the BBC claimed Ms Gray’s report is essentially completed, but she has not yet sent it to the Prime Minister. While addressing the issue, Mr Johnson assured he will give the opposition parties time to study its contents before he makes a Commons statement on it. The House of Commons adjourned on Wednesday without seeing the results of Sue Gray's report into Downing Street parties. Many Tory MPs say they are waiting for the Gray report before deciding if they wanted to oust Johnson. Meanwhile, a separate inquiry has been launched by the Metropolitan Police into potential COVID- breaking in Downing Street, after being handed details of parties by Sue Gray. READ MORE: People take part in a protest against British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (Image: Getty Images) At a stormy Prime Minister's Questions, Sir Keir said the Prime Minister had previously told MPs that “all guidance was followed” in Downing Street over gatherings during Covid lockdowns. The Labour leader added:"So since he acknowledges the ministerial code [governing standards of behaviour and forbidding ministers from misleading the Commons] applies to him, will he now resign?" Mr Johnson replied:"No." He accused Sir Keir of being"relentlessly opportunistic throughout" the pandemic by shifting his position on lockdowns, whereas he had got all the big decisions right. Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle had to step in several times to calm shouting MPs down, threatening some with expulsion from the chamber. DON'T MISS: