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UK ‘partygate’ report blames culture of Johnson’s office

Coverage: 57 sources
A report into lockdown-breaching U.K. government parties published Wednesday said blame for a “culture” of rule-breaking in Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s office must rest with those at the top.See the Story
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Boris Johnson apologises and takes full responsibility for Partygate events

38% Center coverage: 26 sources
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he took responsibility for COVID lockdown breaches. Johnson corrected a previous statement to parliament that guidance had been followed at all times. He renewed his apology for attending a daytime gathering on his birthday in June 2020, for which he was issued for a fine.See the Story
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Partygate: Boris Johnson receives Sue Gray's full report into Downing Street parties during lockdown

56% Left coverage: 25 sources
Boris Johnson has received the long-awaited report into lockdown-busting parties at Downing Street. The details have not been published yet but Johnson will go to the House of Commons later to make a statement. A total of 126 fines were handed out over rule-breaking gatherings at No. 10 and Whitehall during the pandemic.See the Story
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Key quotes from Sue Gray report into Downing Street parties

43% Right coverage: 7 sources
Long-anticipated report into Downing Street parties held during coronavirus lockdowns has been published in full. Investigation, carried out by senior civil servant Sue Gray, analysed events which took place between May 20 2020 and April 16 2021. Here is a list of key quotes from the report. PM provided wine and cheese at garden gathering. Boris Johnson brought cheese and wine from his flat.See the Story
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Sue Gray report: Boris Johnson’s senior official boasted ‘we seem to have got away with’ BYOB party

50% Left coverage: 10 sources
Messages and emails within Sue Gray's inquiry into lockdown gatherings in Downing Street have revealed senior officials both actively organising events and expressing relief at escaping scrutiny for them.See the Story
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Boris Johnson faces partygate grilling after poll shows 59% want him to resign

86% Left coverage: 7 sources
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson rejects calls to resign. Report finds that he presided over a culture of lockdown-breaking parties. Number 10 is the most penalised address in the entire country. Johnson is among dozens of people in Downing Street who have received police fines for breaching Covid regulations.See the Story
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For Boris Johnson the Sue Gray report is just another scrape to get out of

60% Left coverage: 5 sources
Sue Gray's report will be 'damning for the civil service', say insiders. But it will not deliver a killer blow to the PM, say sources. Most of her ire will be directed at civil service, or parts of it. But if the report reveals what one senior Conservative describes as 'industrial' rule-breaking, it will be difficult for Johnson to plead ignorance.See the Story
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Pictures from Sue Gray report show Boris Johnson at gatherings in Downing Street during pandemic

43% Left coverage: 7 sources
Sue Gray report released in full on Wednesday May 25th. Includes photos of relevant events and parties associated with partygate. Those pictured include Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak, among others. Many faces are blurred, for those who are not named in the report.See the Story
Europe · London

Boris Johnson urged to quit by Tory MPs over ‘damning’ Sue Gray report

Coverage: 6 sources
BORIS JOHNSON has received a boost in the Commons following the release of the much anticipated Sue Gray report after a Conservative MP claimed there was little appetite to topple the Prime Minister over partygate. See the Story

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