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Police Will Investigate Breaches of COVID-19 Lockdowns at Boris Johnson’s Official Residence

HeadlineJan 25, 2022

London’s police commissioner has launched an investigation into breaches of COVID-19 lockdown rules at U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s official residence. The announcement came after ITV News reported Johnson attended an indoor birthday party during the first lockdown in June of 2020. It’s the latest in a string of revelations that Johnson repeatedly flouted the strict lockdown rules that he ordered for the rest of the country. This is Keir Starmer, head of the opposition Labour Party.

Keir Starmer: “This is yet more evidence that we’ve got a prime minister who believes that the rules that he made don’t apply to him. And so we’ve got a prime minister and a government that spend their whole time mopping up sleaze and deceit.” 

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