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Sue Gray failure explore ‘Abba party’ in The prime minister’s apartment outraged the deputies | gray report

MPs reacted with anger over in failure conduct a full investigation into the alleged party held in Boris Johnson’s apartment during lockdown reportedly with alcohol, food and abba songs.

six-month partygate request from senior civil servant sue gray ended with recognition that little was known about the took place in apartment above 11 Downing Street on November 13, 2020 Further investigation would be “inappropriate and disproportionate,” Gray said.

Report published on Wednesday, said the “meeting” took place in apartment on Downing Street featuring prime minister and five political special advisers to discuss resignations of two senior 10 assistants were missing that day – Chief Johnson of staff, Dominic Cummings and his director of connection, Lee Kane.

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Gray said the meeting started after 6:00 pm and Johnson joined around 20:00, and the discussions “led on later in the evening” with food and alcohol available.

But she admitted her knowledge of the collection was limited because she only had just started collecting evidence about it in front of the Metropolitan Police announced Partygate’s own investigation in January, prompting her investigation to stop at avoid biased inquiries of officers.

When Hillman’s operation at the Met came to an end last a week with 126 fines out, Gray said she was “considering whether to pursue further investigation into this case or not.” event but came to the conclusion that it was inappropriate or disproportionate.”

move may lead to accusations of cover-up, with deputies concerned which is potentially the most damaging event of The Partygate scandal did not get the attention it deserved in Gray’s investigation.

A Conservative MP on the front bench said they were disappointed that Gray’s report “doesn’t clear up what parties were or weren’t in your apartment and added: “I think he’ll get off lightly.”

Labor MP Justin Madders takes on Johnson’s case over discrepancy in House of Commons on Wednesday. He said: “I want to ask [the prime minister] specifically about the meeting in his apartment on November 13, 2020, which, contrary to what he said today, was not investigated by Sue Gray.

“He can confirm for in record everyone who was there that evening [that] there was no alcohol or music or anything else that people one can reasonably conclude that it is party?

Johnson declined, saying he had “nothing to add to the conclusions of Gray’s report.

Joanna Cherry, MP for the SNP, said she was “puzzled as to why Abba party in in prime minister’s apartment was never investigated by either Sue Gray or the Metropolitan Police.” She is added: “May I ask the prime minister what can be done way of conduct an independent investigation to convince me and my constituents that the Metropolitan Police were not duped?”

Johnson again dismissed the question, stating that her accusation would “surprise me a lot”, adding, “I think she should Look more keep a close eye on Sue Gray’s report because I think she’ll find the answer she needs.”

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prime minister More likely face additional questions during the press conference and private meeting with conservative supporters on Wednesday afternoon.

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