Paul Brand Reacts To News That Boris Johnson Will Face No Further Action Over Partygate | GMB

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‘Despite the number of fines & law breaks, it looks like Boris Johnson has escaped further fines’ – Kate Garraway. ITV News UK Editor Paul Brand reacts to the news that Boris Johnson will face no further action over partygate after the Met police’s investigation concludes.

Broadcast on 20/05/22

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