London: During the strict lockdown implemented in Britain, the ruckus that started over organizing a party at 10 Downing Street, the government office and residence of the Prime Minister, does not seem to stop. PM Boris Johnson is facing criticism for this and after being accused of organizing parties, the pressure on him from the leadership showed increasing on Friday.
Fierce dance in liquor party
In the midst of this whole controversy being called ‘Partygate’, ‘The Daily Telegraph’ has reported that two farewell parties were organized and till the early morning of April 17, 2021, around 30 people were drinking and dancing at the party.
Significantly, this party was organized a night before the funeral of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, husband of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II. During this, due to the strict lockdown imposed on the gathering of people in closed places, the Queen sat alone at her husband’s funeral to follow the rules of social distancing.
The mistake will be fixed after investigation
James Slack, the former communications director of Prime Minister Johnson, who was the center of this party in April, said, ‘This event should not have happened when it happened. I sincerely apologize and take full responsibility for it. Currently working as deputy editor-in-chief of ‘The Sun’ newspaper, Slack has sincerely apologized for the pain and anger caused to the people.
However, Johnson did not attend both the parties held in April 2021 as he was in Buckinghamshire on the weekend. But after the news about them came, the matter of violation of rules in the house of British Government has become clear. Ministers say that an internal inquiry by top bureaucrat Su Grey in this matter will determine what kind of mistake happened and therefore the decision should be reserved till the investigation is completed.
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Johnson was forced to apologize in Parliament on 12 January for the whole matter, when he could not deny clear evidence that during the strict lockdown in the UK, his employees were in a large group in the Garden of 10 Downing Street. had gathered in