UK PM Johnson broke the law and lied about it - opposition leader Starmer

UK PM Johnson broke the law and lied about it - opposition leader Starmer

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1/16/2022 1:20:00 PM

UK PM Johnson broke the law and lied about it - opposition leader Starmer

The leader of Britain's opposition Labour Party said Prime Minister Boris Johnson had broken the law and then lied about it over parties held inside his Downing Street residence during coronavirus lockdowns.

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"I think he broke the law. I think he's as good as admitted that he broke the law," Starmer told the BBC, citing Johnson's apology to parliament for attending one such event. "I think he then lied about what had happened." Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Reporting by William James; Editing by Angus MacSwan Our Standards: More from Reuters Daily Briefing Subscribe to our daily curated newsletter to receive the latest exclusive Reuters coverage delivered to your inbox. Sign up