London Police Request Party Gate Report to be Limited

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London police have asked top public servant Sue Gray’s team investigating illegal parties at Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s residence to report as little as possible about meetings the force itself is investigating.


This should guarantee that police investigator can do their work without prejudice.

Publication of Gray’s report, which has been eagerly awaited for days, should not be delayed if it is up to the police. At the request of the police, passages in it may be deleted or not released. It is unclear when the investigation that Johnson could cause a lot of damage will be made public. It may be Monday. According to the BBC, Gray wants to send the government a report that can be published in full.

British politics has long been under the spell of parties in and around the official residence and office of the head of government. The necessary drinks were served, and government employees may have broken corona rules while the rest of the country was in lockdown. Police are investigating eight such gatherings.

The opposition and part of Johnson’s own conservative party think he should resign. Johnson himself says that the rules have been followed. A minister said Friday that the government has not yet received Gray’s report.

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