Police must act
Boris Johnson’s callous disregard for those his government’s policies have murdered during the pandemic is well known. That is not limited to Downing Street.
Boris Johnson’s cronies enjoyed a Christmas party at Downing St last year as thousands died – hundreds and more every day – of COVID-19.
And in video clips that have now emerged, Boris Johnson’s press spokeswoman Allegra Stratton – formerly a BBC politics presenter – laughs sheepishly when asked by an adviser, at a mock press conference to practise for the eventuality, about the Tories’ Christmas party last year when social distancing laws were in force and Tory Commons leader Jacob Rees-Mogg jokes about the ‘two inches’ of social distancing in place at another party and the fact that the police would not be investigating them.
The police must act:
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