Operation Red Meat: How Boris Johnson plans to save his premiership after ‘partygate’

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Boris Johnson has been quizzed by a civil servant over the Partygate scandals it was revealed on Sunday night, as it emerged he plans to impose a booze ban in No 10 as part of his ‘Operation Red Meat’ fightback aimed at saving his premiership.

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