Keir Starmer says Boris Johnson ‘broke the law’ and ‘lied about what happened’

1/16/2022 2:17:00 PM

Labour leader says prime minister has effectively admitted breaking law

Keir Starmer says Boris Johnson ‘broke the law’ and ‘lied about what happened’

Labour leader says prime minister has effectively admitted breaking law

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He broke the law? He did? Then let the law take it's cause. Enough of this political braggadocios. Touché And youbare lying through your teath as well what a surprise Correct. Indisputable. Gray or no Gray

Sir Keir Starmer says booting out Boris Johnson over partygate scandal 'in national interest'The opposition politician's scathing criticism comes after reports Downing Street staff held 'wine-time Fridays' throughout the coronavirus pandemic, with alcohol fetched from a nearby Tesco Metro in a wheelie suitcase and kept in a specially bought £142 fridge. What would starmer know about morals He's correct

Keir Starmer: Boris Johnson and his politics of cynicism are poisoning the well of our democracy🔴 Sir Keir Starmer, who has called for the Prime Minister to resign over 'partygate', alleges that Boris Johnson “flagrantly breaks the rules” and then “drags as many into the gutter with him by forcing them to defend his rule-breaking' labourpress

Boris Johnson “poisoning the well’ of British democracy and must resign, says Keir StarmerBORIS JOHNSON has been accused of 'poisoning the well' of British democracy by Sir Keir Starmer who has once again ramped up the pressure on the Prime Minister over the ongoing partygate scandal, a news report has claimed. Yet taking donations from Chinese spies isn't ? Kier Starmer should resign over the fact he allowed a Chinese spy to infiltrate our National security Keir Starmer claiming the PM is damaging democracy, the very Keir Starmer who stood alongside Corbyn in a blatant attempt to block and reverse Brexit and thus trash democracy. What. A. Hypocrite. Conservatives julianknight15 DehennaDavison ajcdeane BradyTony JohnRentoul

Covid live: Boris Johnson broke the law, says Keir Starmer; Novak Djokovic to be deported after Australian visa lossLatest updates: UK Labour leader says PM broke lockdown rules and then lied; Serbian tennis player says he respects court’s decision DjokerNole NovakDjokovic he knew the law and still lied on his visa so let's just move on.. At least over 80% of Australians Australians will be happy now the pressure of bribed politics on the judiciary is clearly visible, and in the Austr. gover. rapists, not just women, can always sit after 3 y of also people with test-vaccines which not effec.on omicron so they are in chaos

Covid live: Boris Johnson broke the law, says Keir Starmer; Novak Djokovic boards plane after Australian visa lossLatest updates: UK Labour leader says PM broke lockdown rules and then lied; Serbian tennis player leaving Australia after court backs decision to revoke visa When also will every person the attended pay a £10k fine for each party they were involved in? Or do we just fine those that can't afford it? “Let him that is without sin among you, let him cast the first stone …..”

Keir Starmer’s moment has come: he must not squander it\n\t\t\tLet our global subject matter experts broaden your perspective with timely insights and opinions you\n\t\t\tcan’t find anywhere else.\n\t\t Doing well Taking a knee was a huge mistake and will haunt Starmer for the rest of his political life. BBCNews Step up to the plate Mr Starmer!!!

Boris Johnson scrambles for plan to ‘help’ families facing £600 energy bill hike "I don't go along with this idea that we've all got to wait somehow, I think it's blindingly obvious what has happened.Sir Keir Starmer Sir Keir, answering questions after a speech at the Fabian Society conference in London, said:"What we've now got to is a situation where you have a prime minister who has lost the moral authority to lead.Boris Johnson is “poisoning the well” of British democracy with his behaviour over allegedly illicit parties in Downing Street, Sir Keir Starmer has warned, claiming that the Prime Minister’s handling of the crisis risked a backlash akin to the fall-out over the 2009 MPs’ expenses scandal.(Image: Getty Images) The Labour leader alleged that Mr Johnson “flagrantly breaks the rules” (Image: Getty Images) “Everyone who cares about our democracy has a vital interest in restoring belief in that truth.

" The latest revelations have seen the Tories tank in the polls, giving Labour a lead of around 10 points. Register for free to continue reading Registration is a free and easy way to support our truly independent journalism By registering, you will also enjoy limited access to Premium articles, exclusive newsletters, commenting, and virtual events with our leading journalists register Please enter a valid email Please enter a valid email Password Must be at least 6 characters, include an upper and lower case character and a number Must be at least 6 characters, include an upper and lower case character and a number Must be at least 6 characters, include an upper and lower case character and a number First name Please enter your first name Special characters aren’t allowed Please enter a name between 1 and 40 characters Last name Please enter your last name Special characters aren’t allowed Please enter a name between 1 and 40 characters Select your year of birth 2004 ." Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player 3:14 Tory grassroots on partygate scandal He added:"The moral authority matters of course in relation to COVID, but we've got other massive challenges facing this country.