Nick Ferrari has slammed Boris Johnson over the No10 parties that took place in 2020
This is the moment Nick Ferrari quizzed health minister Ed Argar over No10 parties during 2020.
Loading audio...LBC's Nick Ferrari challenged health minister Ed Argar on a gathering at Downing Street in 2020.Reports say that the Prime Minister's private secretary, Martin Reynolds, invited more than 100 Downing Street employees to a "bring your own booze" party in the No 10 garden in the spring.
It was also alleged that Boris Johnson and his wife, Carrie, attended the event.Police have since confirmed that they are in contact with the Cabinet Office, following an email leak which revealed details of the illegal lockdown gathering.Outdoor social gatherings were banned in England at the time.Read more: LBC »
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Listen to this article Loading audio... LBC's Nick Ferrari challenged health minister Ed Argar on a gathering at Downing Street in 2020. Reports say that the Prime Minister's private secretary, Martin Reynolds, invited more than 100 Downing Street employees to a "bring your own booze" party in the No 10 garden in the spring. It was also alleged that Boris Johnson and his wife, Carrie, attended the event. Police have since confirmed that they are in contact with the Cabinet Office, following an email leak which revealed details of the illegal lockdown gathering. Outdoor social gatherings were banned in England at the time. Nick said: "Why should my listeners listen to a word the Prime Minister says when it appears he is so bent he can't lie straight in bed? "He's lied, lied and lied again." In response, Mr Argar said: "I can entirely understand - based on the allegations - why people would be angry, upset and hurt. "That's why I think it's right that the Prime Minister - before Christmas - came to the house and apologised and understood why people were sickened about the videos and allegations. "He's done the right thing by commissioning Sue Gray - who is a very senior and experienced civil servant with the greatest integrity to look into this without fear or favour." He added: "I know that I'm keen - as I suspect your listeners are - to get those facts." Read more: