Over 100 Partygate fines: Boris Johnson tries to dodge questions

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Over 100 Partygate fines: Boris Johnson tries to dodge questions. The number of fines issued over breaches of coronavirus regulations at British government offices, including Prime Minister Boris Johnson´s official residence, has expanded to more than 100, London´s Metropolitan Police force said Thursday.

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