Employees working in Boris Johnson’s office have thrown two more parties in Lockdown Telegraph. They were held on Downing Street, ahead of the funeral of Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth.
New revelations about the parties organized on Downing Street are in full control. Press Telegraph It revealed in its edition this Friday that the staff of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had organized not one, but two parties into complete locking.
The ceremony will take place on April 16, just before the funeral of Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth. Due to restrictions related to Govt-19, the Queen sat alone in the first row of the church. In the midst of the first wave of Govt-19, as a sign of the severity of imprisonment in the United Kingdom, only members of the same household were allowed to meet inside the house.
Thirty people gathered on Downing Street
Witnesses told the newspaper that thirty people had gathered in different parts of Downing Street before meeting in the garden. They celebrated the departure of the two chairmen of the government committee. One of the participants was reportedly sent to buy a case full of bottles of wine placed in a suitcase at midnight. Daily mentions that Boris Johnson was not there that evening.
Already embroiled in a series of other scandals, the 57-year-old conservative leader filed his indictment in parliament on Wednesday, May 20, 2020, for attending a banquet in the gardens of his official residence. Then he thought it was a working meeting. Boris Johnson is in turmoil targeted by calls for his majority to resign.
“Johnson must go”
Labor vice-president Angela Rainer wrote on her Twitter account on Thursday: “I have no words to describe the culture and behavior at No. 10. [Downing Street] And the responsibility rests with the Prime Minister.
Ed Davey, leader of the Liberal Democrats, said: “The Queen, sitting alone in mourning the loss of her husband, was the main figure in the lockout.
“When she was crying, number 10 [Downing Street] Was celebrating. Johnson must leave, “said David Cook, chief of The Christian Science Monitor’s Washington bureau.
Boris Johnson, who came to power with a victory in July 2019, has seen his popularity plummet in subsequent elections. One of them, produced by YouGov Times Prior to his apology, Labor had a huge ten-point lead, the first time in almost a decade. On Thursday, the head of state escaped questions from cameras and the media: in the Govt contact case, he canceled a scheduled visit to the vaccination center.