Live: Boris Johnson makes statement on Sue Gray report findings

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Boris Johnson is facing a blistering PMQs as Sue Gray’s report into the Partygate scandal has attacked “a serious failure” to abide by the “standards expected of the entire British population” during the Covid pandemic.

The prime minister will face a grilling from Keir Starmer and his backbenchers after No 10 received the long-awaited report by the senior civil servant on Wednesday (25 May).

Mr Johnson is expected to give a statement on the damning report – which includes nine photos of lockdown-breaking parties during the Covid lockdown – after PMQs.

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