‘His excuses are fantastic, they’re classic Boris’ | Leo Kearse on PM ‘shirking his responsibility’

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‘His excuses are fantastic, they’re classic Boris.’

Leo Kearse and Andrew Doyle on Boris Johnson ‘shirking his responsibility’ over the Downing Street parties.

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