Sue Gray’s report on 10 unpublished key parties FINALLY

BORIS Johnson’s D-Day has finally arrived as Sue Gray’s much-anticipated report on Downing St parties has been PUBLISHED.

One version of the poll that included the alleged lockout parties said lessons needed to be learned.

Boris Johnson was reported Sue Gray this morning


Boris Johnson was reported Sue Gray this morningCredit: PA

In an extremely anti-climactic conclusion of the 12-page report, Ms Gray said: “However, as I have noted, some of these gatherings should
are not allowed to take place or develop the way they did.

“There is an important lesson to be learned from these events and must be addressed immediately across the Government.

“This does not need to wait for the police investigation to conclude.”

Mr Johnson has spent the morning mulling over the findings – which could mark his political career – before it is published this afternoon.

He will be arriving in the Commons at around 3:30pm to give a statement on the development of Partygate.

In the main developments:

  • Boris Johnson is set to rally Tory MPs at a meeting this evening
  • Then he will avoid the fallout by taking a flight to Ukraine tomorrow
  • Tory MPs are deciding whether to send a letter of no confidence

Key findings were re-gathered from the report after Scotland Yard asked Mrs Gray to remove anything that infringed on its own investigation.

Dame Cressida Dick has put a ball into the civil service investigation by launching her own police investigation into eight parties in Downing Street and Whitehall.

Downing Street has not committed to publishing the full findings of the Gray report even after the police close, meaning they may never see the light of day.

Veteran Whitehall enforcer Mrs Gray investigated around 20 partisans in Downing Street and Government buildings during the lockdown.

These include “bring your own wine” in the gardens of Downing St, and two number 10 parties on the eve of Prince Philip’s funeral.

Mr Johnson and senior Downing St staff were interviewed as part of the process.

The Prime Minister has for weeks urged rebel Tory MPs to wait for Gray’s report before sending a letter of distrust in his leadership.

He claims the findings will clear him of any key rule break and “draw a line” under the story.

But it remains to be seen whether the reduced report will be enough to get the mutants back from the ledge – or whether they will hold the sentence until the Met investigation is over.

Seven Tory MPs have so far publicly called for Mr Johnson to step down, along with Labor leader Sir Keir Starmer.

The publication of the Gray report was expected to trigger a further flurry of letters, but temperatures now appear to have cooled.

Mr Johnson loyalists have ramped up support with faltering MPs, while the Prime Minister met a number of people privately at his office.

He has vowed to change his top team in Downing Street and pursue more Conservative policies.

He introduced the Brexit Freedoms Bill today and is planning to publish the long-awaited Upgrade white paper this week.


SOME of the alleged rule-breaking parties in Downing Street during the lockdown:

May 15, 2020 – Boris, Carrie and key staff take a photo drinking in the garden No10

Rules: Meet another person outside of your household in a socially distant public place. Gathering in private gardens is prohibited.

May 20, 2020 – Top No10 aide invites 100 employees to enjoy “BYOB” in the garden on Downing Street

Rules: Meet another person outside of your household in a socially distant public place. Gathering in private gardens is prohibited.

June 19, 2020 – Boris gives a birthday cake in the Cabinet Room

Rule: Rule 6 out. Do not congregate in the house except when going to work

November 13, 2020 – Boris gives a speech leaving assistant Lee Cain

Rules: Fully Locked

November 27, 2020 – Boris gives a speech at the leaving party to leave assistant Cleo Watson

Rules: Fully Locked

December 15, 2020 – Christmas Quiz #10, where PM appears virtual

Rules: Tier 2 London. There is no meeting inside. Rule of six outside

April 12, 2021 – Two number 10 parties before Prince Philip’s funeral

Rules: Do not mix in the house between households

Sue Gray is polling about 20 lip-lock parties


Sue Gray is polling about 20 lip-locking parties
Boris Johnson insists he’s ‘sticky to his gun’ as he gets grilled over fears Sue Gray’s report will prove to be a whitewash Sue Gray’s report on 10 unpublished key parties FINALLY


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