Downing Street staff who partied the night away at Number 10 during lockdown sent one reveller out with a suitcase to fetch more bottles of wine.
Eyewitnesses say staff boogied to music DJ’d by special adviser Shelley Williams-Walker.
The other leaving do – the one in the basement – was for one of Johnson’s personal photographers and was attended mainly by younger members of staff, according to reports.Witnesses say excessive alcohol was drunk and that both parties were said to have merged in the garden as the evening went on, making a group of 30.
Mr Slack has acknowledged the party took place and apologised, admitting it ‘should not have happened at the time that it did’.In a statement, he added: ‘I am deeply sorry, and take full responsibility’ but declined to comment any further while a civil service-led investigation is being carried out.’
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Of course they did🤭 Just released photo from the No.10 'work meeting' that night shows one attendee revealing his 'Member of Parliament'.
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Boris's ex press chief 'apologises unreservedly' for No 10 partyJames Slack, who is now deputy editor of The Sun newspaper, said sorry for the 'anger and hurt caused' by the party in April 2021, which he said 'should not have happened at the time that it did'. Not one of these 'chiefs' or ex chiefs' has the slightest inkling of what a real and meaningful apology is or what it entails to present one.All those 10DowningStreet likewise. Every day further proof that those in authority knew the real truth about COVID19 Hypocrisy Sham The Queen should call him in and tell him to get his team investigated and if guilty of breaking lock down rules fined like the rest of the general public SkyNews RoyalFamily BorisJohnson
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Police to consider investigation if No 10 party probe points to criminal offencesThe force says it will consider investigation if the civil service inquiry points to potential criminal offences. Aw, they’re gonna have a wee consider. If it was the common folk the police would have been all ove it and charges already made Since when did police act on internal investigations. He broke the law at the time. The law he made. Laughable metpoliceuk
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No."We were following the rules with the understanding that those in charge were also doing the same thing,” the Loose Women presenter said.No10 staff boozed at two leaving parties the night before the Queen grieved alone at Prince Philip's funeral.Former official James Slack says event ‘should not have happened at the time that it did’ Sam Hancock 1642146964 Lib Dems and Labour renew calls for Johnson’s resignation Sir Ed Davey, leader of the Liberal Democrats, says the PM “must go” following the news about parties on the eve of Prince Philip’s funeral.
10 had a BYOB party because it 'felt sorry' for MPs? As a nurse, I'm sickened The other leaving do – the one in the basement – was for one of Johnson’s personal photographers and was attended mainly by younger members of staff, according to reports. Witnesses say excessive alcohol was drunk and that both parties were said to have merged in the garden as the evening went on, making a group of 30. Mr Slack has acknowledged the party took place and apologised, admitting it ‘should not have happened at the time that it did’. A No10 spokesman insisted PM was not in Downing Street, having left for Chequers on Thursday evening. In a statement, he added: ‘I am deeply sorry, and take full responsibility’ but declined to comment any further while a civil service-led investigation is being carried out.’ Claims of a second party in the basement of Number 10 have not been confirmed nor denied by officials. Sam Hancock 1642146422 PM’s staff ‘held two parties at No 10’ night before Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral Downing Street staff attended two separate parties on the evening before Prince Philip’s funeral amid strict Covid rules that saw the Queen sit alone as she bade farewell to her husband of 73 years, it has been alleged.
Staff gathered at Number 10 to say farewell to the PM’s director of communications James Slack, who was leaving to become deputy editor at The Sun newspaper (Picture: REX) A Downing Street spokesperson said of Mr Slack’s farewell event: ‘On this individual’s last day he gave a farewell speech to thank each team for the work they had done to support him, both those who had to be in the office for work and on a screen for those working from home.’ The Prime Minister has faced calls to resign after finally admitting in the Commons to He apologised and acknowledged the public ‘rage’ over the incident, but told MPs he was sure it was a ‘work event’. Despite the PM’s admission, the Metropolitan Police is still declining to investigate. A spokesperson for the force said it does not investigate Covid-19 legislation breaches ‘when they are reported long after they are said to have taken place’. They continued: ‘However, if significant evidence suggesting a breach of the regulations becomes available, officers may review and consider it. The paper also reported that the celebrations were initially held separately before merging later in the evening.
’ Senior Whitehall civil servant Sue Gray is leading an investigation into a number of alleged Downing Street lockdown parties and could report back as early as next week. Get in touch with our news team by emailing us at .