Boris Johnson said to have attended more events detailed in Sue Gray’s partygate report | ITV News

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The prime minister was reportedly in his No 10 flat on the night of an event being investigated by the police amid claims it broke lockdown rules.

According to the Telegraph, Boris Johnson was spotted heading up to his flat on November 13, which was the same day his former aide Dominic Cummings gave up his government role.

A number of Abba songs, including The Winner Takes It All, could be heard coming from the flat, The Mail On Sunday reported earlier this week.

Read more here: https://www.itv.com/news/2022-02-01/pm-alleged-to-have-attended-events-detailed-in-sue-grays-partygate-report

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