Boris Johnson: Britain’s Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab said on Tuesday that Prime Minister Boris Johnson cannot answer specific questions at the lockdown parties held in Downing Street because he does not want to prejudice the police investigation. Let us tell you that the UK Police is investigating more than 500 papers and more than 300 photographs to see where the Kovid-19 lockdown has been violated in the meetings held in Downing Street.
Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab said: “If the prime minister begins to answer specific questions sent to the police, he will be charged with interfering with the investigation.” At the same time, recently a picture of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson came in front, after which there was a ruckus in the country.
photo of prime minister boris drinking
Actually, in this picture, Prime Minister Boris is drinking alcohol while sitting in the garden of his official residence along with many others. It is being told that this picture is from the month of May last year. Boris Johnson has been accused of violating the very strict Corona lockdown rules.
apologized for the lockdown party
At the same time, Prime Minister Boris Johnson apologized on Monday for the parties violating the lockdown in Downing Street. He had said that he and his government can be trusted. Johnson told lawmakers in the House of Commons that he would change the way the government was run in the wake of the ‘Partygate’ issue. He said that I hope that I will fix it.
London Police is also investigating
His statement came after public servant Sue Gray said in the investigation of the matter that organizing the party between the Kovid restrictions in 2020 and 2021 on the part of the Prime Minister and his employees was in violation of the rules. The London Police is also investigating separately in the matter.
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