There was no trial at Downing Street at the Christmas party
London police said on Wednesday they would not open an investigation into the Downing Street Christmas party allegedly held last year, despite anti-Govt rules.
Despite receiving numerous “letters” in the case, the London Police said in a statement that they would not “launch an investigation at this stage” due to “lack of evidence”. These rules “.
Received letters and a video showing Downing Street advisers making fun of it “did not provide evidence of a violation of anti-Govt rules,” police said, referring to several rallies on Downing Street in November and December 2020.
However, the report added that if any evidence was collected as part of an internal investigation ordered by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, it would be sent to the police for “consideration”.
The case, which poisoned the executive on Wednesday, led to an apology from Boris Johnson to parliament and the resignation of his adviser, Alegra Stratton, which appeared in a video that led to a political storm.
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