Boris BUBBLE TROUBLE: PM responds to new Partygate image next to open bottle of Champagne

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Boris Johnson was today dragged deeper into the Partygate scandal after a new picture emerged of him allegedly attending a Downing Street Christmas quiz. The photograph showed Mr Johnson alongside three aides, one draped in tinsel, with what appears to be an open bottle of champagne on the table. The PM appears to be taking his tie off in the image which also shows a large open packet of crisps on the table. The Mirror reported that the picture was taken during the December 15, 2020, Christmas quiz in Number 10 which Downing Street has previously insisted was a ‘virtual’ event. The December 15 event is not one of the 12 Whitehall gatherings being probed by the Metropolitan Police but the emergence of the latest picture is likely to lead to calls for the force to reconsider. Mr Johnson said at Prime Minister’s Questions that the December 15 event ‘already has been submitted for investigation’. Mr Johnson’s former chief aide Dominic Cummings responded to the picture by tweeting: ‘there’s waaaaay better pics than that floating around, incl in the flat’.

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