No More Fines for BoJo, But the Partygate Doesn’t End Here

No More Fines for BoJo, But the Partygate Doesn't End Here

No relief and fines for Boris Johnson, but the partygate scandal isn’t over yet. Even though the investigation ended with a total of 126 fines imposed on 83 politicians, officials and officials, some were sanctioned multiple times. At the end of a police investigation into Downing Street and various government buildings held between 2020 and 2021, millions of British in blatant violation of anti-epidemic restrictions imposed by the executive at the time.

The announcement came from Scotland Yard’s acting deputy commander Helen Ball, who made the first firm point on a story that ends in a single acknowledgment received last month with Carey and her minister, the first lady at this time for the premier Tory. of the economy, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak: a fine for which BoJo apologized in Parliament, though rejected any solicitations to resign. “The Metropolitan Police has formalized that it has not taken any further action against the prime minister,” a spokesman for Johnson later confirmed, adding that the dossier for Her Majesty’s head of government is closed – at least On a legal level – with fines paid in April for attending a party hosted by then-girlfriend and current wife Carrie Symonds on his birthday in June 2020, despite the then in force.

‘No Step Back’

On the other hand, an unprecedented nod to a prominent position in the history of the island. The spokesman said Johnson is “delighted” that the police investigation is over “and indicated that he is determined not to back down: in terms of the need to deal with the effects of record inflation in the country, for the economic and global.” The results linked factors, the challenge against “Russian aggression” against Ukraine, in respect of which Boris has found a dominant role in the Western Coalition and has been on the front line with Joe Biden in the hard line towards Moscow.

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open protest

The internal protests, however, do not give up and are certainly not satisfied with the half-apologies made to the House of Commons after the fine in April, when Bozo only admitted that he had “misled” the class earlier, But not that he lied “intentionally”. Labor number one, Keir Starmer – although nicknamed “Birjet” due to suspicions of a mini partygoer in Labor sauce – insists on condemning “violations of the law on an industrial scale” “attributed to the prime minister and his staff”. . “As a matter of resignation. In the meantime, he demanded the immediate full distribution before Parliament of the report of the parallel administrative investigation submitted by the government in recent months to an independent team led by senior official Sue Grey. The investigation was then carried out by Scotland Yard with a delayed blast. The report has so far only been known to contain several omissions, and may instead reveal facts, photographs, embarrassing judgments in detail. Reference to the Gray Report (a or was repeated in ambiguous tones by Downing Street within two weeks, (according to what is normally expected as widely) by individual critical Tory deputies, by Scottish separatists of the SNP and shared by Libdems: whose leader, Ed Davey, Don’t hesitate to sarcastically target “Downing Street Number 10” as “the most accepted address in the entire state” for the number of verified violations of Covid regulations.

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