Redacted Sue Gray partygate report 'imminent' after Met denies delaying publication

1/29/2022 2:54:00 AM

Sue Gray's partygate report is set to be released 'imminently', despite a request from the Met police to censor findings.

Sue Gray's partygate report is set to be released 'imminently', despite a request from the Met police to censor findings.

Sue Gray is set to go ahead with publishing her report looking into several alleged No10 lockdown parties 'imminently', despite a request from the Met police to heavily censor findings.

Following the revelation, MPs were quick to condemn the Government and Met Commissioner Cressida Dick.Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey said: "Anything short of the full report would be a Whitehall whitewash not worth the paper it is written on."

Meanwhile, SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford MP said: "No-one will accept a Westminster cover-up."If the UK Government refuses to publish the full unredacted report it will prove, yet again, that Westminster is utterly corrupt and broken beyond repair.

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If it is redacted then I’m expecting BorisJohnson resignation letter to be attached. And the MET chief to boot… Let’s see what protection any prospective whistleblowers get when it’s the first three Estates that are having their whistles blown. What's with your spelling lately, LBC? The police have a lot of 'dairies', eh? Latest headline reads report is 'immanent'. I get churning out content means editorial slips, but this is basic stuff...

Sue Gray report: Met Police action ‘disproportionate’The senior civil servant investigating lockdown-breaking parties in Downing Street was said to have been infuriated when Scotland Yard told her not to publish k If someone can send Sue Gray the Erin Brokovich & Serpico films for her to watch over the weekend…. Then by Sunday night she should just come out & destroy Johnson, Dick & Co. Then she can live out her life as a national hero & coining it in from book & film rights… A bit harsh when they intervened to kick the ball into the long grass as Boris needed more time as he hasn’t quite completed finalising the lineup of all his scapegoats. The one thing at which the Met have no equal is putting the boot in. Usually in the most uncomfortable places and more often than not against the cause of freedom of speech. They just love suppression. It is in their DNA.

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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. In fact all hope was lost until I met him, this amazing manager who changed my life within one week, My friends i will forever be grateful to Mr Josh for helping me recovered all my losses. I earn $8000 weekly. Email :: mendjosh50gmail.com WhatsApp Number :: +1 567-321-0200 He’ll find some excuse, the ‘security reason’ excuse has already been teased by trussliz earlier yesterday morning. It's a witch hunt

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Boris says he will publish Sue Gray partygate probe in full as findings expected next week Following the revelation, MPs were quick to condemn the Government and Met Commissioner Cressida Dick.ey aspects of her report.Meet the doctor empowering women to own their reproductive health She added: “In order to protect the integrity of the police investigation, as is appropriate in any case, and to be as fair as possible to those who are subject to it, the Met has asked for minimal reference to be made in the Cabinet Office report to the relevant events.‘You are cordially invited to the launch of Sue Gray’s report.

Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey said: "Anything short of the full report would be a Whitehall whitewash not worth the paper it is written on." Meanwhile, SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford MP said: "No-one will accept a Westminster cover-up. Sponsored She is expected to submit a pared-back version of her report to Boris Johnson in the coming days and it could be published early next week. "If the UK Government refuses to publish the full unredacted report it will prove, yet again, that Westminster is utterly corrupt and broken beyond repair. “We have not delayed this report and the timing of its release is a matter for the Cabinet Office inquiry team. "It won't save Boris Johnson's skin. Gray had been under the impression that the force did not intend to stand in the way of publication of her full report. It will only add to the calls for him to go.’ ‘We’re gonna need a bigger Sue Gray.

" Read more: No10 officers feared 'snooping' accusations if they acted on partygate, ex-top cop says The move to water down findings was also questioned by a senior police source, who told LBC it would be unusual if officers guarding Downing Street had not already passed information up to their bosses. Veteran Tory MP Sir Roger Gale, one of the Conservatives to call for Mr Johnson’s resignation, described it as a “farce” which could delay a possible challenge to the “lame duck” Prime Minister. "[The police] are so far behind the curve, if they had done it straight away it would have been straight forward," he said. "It is terribly straight forward – there's lots of cops about, there's lots of dairies… I would line the cops up [and ask them if they knew anything]."It would be very odd if nothing had been passed up the chain. “The Met did not ask for any limitations on other events in the report, or for the report to be delayed, but we have had ongoing contact with the Cabinet Office, including on the content of the report, to avoid any prejudice to our investigation." Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer said earlier on Friday that the Government had been "paralysed" by the looming Sue Gray investigation, calling for both reports to be published as soon as possible. We love to fetishise older women in this way, especially those with power.

"What I want to see is Sue Gray's report in full and the investigation finished as quickly as possible," Sir Keir said. "Because we're in this situation where the whole of Government is paralysed because the police are looking at what the Prime Minister was getting up to in Downing Street. Metropolitan Police Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick’s officers have opened a criminal probe (Victoria Jones/PA) / PA Wire “I very much doubt that anything that Sue Gray says is going to come as any great surprise to any of the protagonists, so it’s all a bit of a mystery,” the crossbencher told BBC Radio 4’s the World at One programme." Read more: Cummings gives 'partygate' evidence to Sue Gray as pressure mounts on beleaguered Boris The string of allegations thrown the PM's way have taken over Westminster in recent months, with him said to be planning big changes in a bid to win back support from the Tories as well as the public. The release of Ms Gray's long-awaited report will mark crunch time for the Prime Minister, who faces a growing threat to his position. Mr Johnson previously said he "regrets" not strictly enforcing lockdown rules in Downing Street but refused to quit over the saga. “Unless there is some other more serious conduct in play here that we’re not aware of, I do think the police approach this morning has been surprising and, in many ways, quite unhelpful. As well as rapidly becoming a lightning rod for the Government’s messes, the Second Permanent Secretary to the Cabinet Office is also the woman we want to sort out our own.

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