The Ladies Share Their Frustrations As The Party Gate Investigations Come To An End | Loose Women

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It has been revealed that Prime Minister Boris Johnson will not pay any further fines for the gatherings at 10 Downing Street, and that the investigation costing nearly half a million pounds by the Met police is now closed. Nadia, Kaye, Carol and Sunetra all share their opinion on whether they think the investigation was a waste of money overall.

From series 26, broadcast on 20/05/22

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