No 10 apologises to Buckingham Palace over parties night before Philip's funeral

1/14/2022 3:20:00 PM

BREAKING: No 10 apologises to Buckingham Palace over parties night before Prince Philip funeral

BREAKING: No 10 apologises to Buckingham Palace over parties night before Prince Philip funeral

A spokesman for Boris Johnson said it was ‘deeply regrettable that this took place at a time of national mourning’.

while wearing a face mask in line with Covid restrictions.The poignant image of the Queen sitting alone at the funeral of her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh (Picture: PA)The PM’s spokesman confirmed No 10 has said sorry to Buckingham Palace, adding: ‘It is deeply regrettable that this took place at a time of national mourning and No 10 has apologised to the Palace.

‘You heard from the PM this week, he’s recognised No 10 should be held to the highest standards, and take responsibility for things we did not get right.’Earlier on Friday, the Prime Minister’s former director of communications apologised ‘unreservedly’ for the ‘anger and hurt’ one of the parties, held to mark his departure from No 10, had caused.

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The poignant image of the Queen sitting alone at the funeral of her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh (Picture: PA) The PM’s spokesman confirmed No 10 has said sorry to Buckingham Palace, adding: ‘It is deeply regrettable that this took place at a time of national mourning and No 10 has apologised to the Palace. ‘You heard from the PM this week, he’s recognised No 10 should be held to the highest standards, and take responsibility for things we did not get right. Both sides have lost key players to the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations but it was the absence of top scorer Mohamed Salah and fellow forward Sadio Mane which proved most noticeable as Liverpool struggled to break Arsenal down.’ Earlier on Friday, the Prime Minister’s former director of communications apologised ‘unreservedly’ for the ‘anger and hurt’ one of the parties, held to mark his departure from No 10, had caused. James Slack, who is now deputy editor-in-chief of The Sun newspaper, said he took ‘full responsibility’ and was ‘deeply sorry’. On a challenging night for the visitors, Martin Odegaard missed out following a positive Covid test and Xhaka's dismissal - in addition to Thomas Partey's Afcon participation - has compounded Arteta's midfield issue ahead of Sunday's north London derby at Tottenham. And in an emailed statement issued by The Sun’s publisher, News UK, he added: ‘This event should not have happened at the time that it did.’ Claims of a second party in the basement of Number 10 have not been confirmed nor denied by officials.

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He said: ‘The Queen sitting alone, mourning the loss of her husband, was the defining image of lockdown. Not because she is the Queen, but because she was just another person, mourning alone like too many others.". ‘Whilst she mourned, Number 10 partied. Johnson must go.’ His comments were echoed by Labour deputy leader Angela Rayner, who wrote on Twitter: ‘The Queen sat alone in mourning like so many did at the time with personal trauma & sacrifice to keep to the rules in the national interest.

‘I have no words for the culture & behaviours at number 10 and the buck stops with the PM.’ This is a breaking news story, more to follow soon… Check back shortly for further updates. Got a story? Get in touch with our news team by emailing us at .