Another blow to UK PM, British police probe lockdown parties • FRANCE 24 English

FRANCE 24 English published this video item, entitled “Another blow to UK PM, British police probe lockdown parties • FRANCE 24 English” – below is their description.

British police said on Tuesday they had opened an investigation into possible #Covid-19 #lockdown breaches at Boris #Johnson’s Downing Street office and residence, the latest blow to a prime minister facing growing calls to resign. FRANCE 24’s Bénédicte Paviot reports from London.

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