A report by the Lockdown-Breaking Group found that the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom “must be held accountable” for what happened.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson made the announcement on Wednesday “Full responsibility” Britain was under coronavirus restrictions for more than a dozen parties held on Downing Street and Whitehall. However, the prime minister rejected the opposition’s call for him to resign, saying he wanted to “Let’s go ahead” From the ‘Partigate’ scandal.
Earlier, the long-awaited report was blamed “Leadership and failure of justice” To allow parties to have space in Johnson’s office. Sue Gray, a senior civil servant, investigated 16 rallies that took place in government buildings during the UK nationwide lockdown in 2020 and early 2021, and concluded that “A lot of these things shouldn’t have happened.”
Johnson, who was photographed taking part in several of these events, of course “Take responsibility for this culture” Report added.
Emails from Johnson’s staff have been cited “Drunk” The Prime Minister was virtually present at a ceremony in December 2020, when members of the staff “Drink extra” Three days later, another meeting at the Prime Minister’s residence. At this time “Crowded and Noisy” The party, the general British, was confined to their homes and gatherings of more than two people were banned in London.
“I am fully responsible for everything that happens on my watch.” Johnson made the announcement in Parliament on Wednesday. Although Johnson insisted that his “Presence at this time, in short, was not found out of order.” He said that “Obviously it wasn’t like that.” Some events lasted many nights after his departure.
Labor leader Kierre Starmer – who is being investigated for drinking with workers during the 2021 lockdown – described the report as a “Crime Catalog,” And called Johnson “Do decent work and resign.”
In the wake of Labor’s condemnation of some of its own MPs and calls for SNP’s Ian Blackford to resign, Johnson said he “Humble” Through investigation, but want “Let’s go ahead” And stay in power.
In addition to blaming Gray’s report, Johnson was also fined £ 50 ($ 62) for attending a surprise birthday party thrown at him in June 2020. In all, the London Metropolitan Police has fined more than 100 officers who joined the aforementioned parties, the report said.
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