Prime Minister: “Nobody told me” Downing Street party was “against the rules”

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Prime Minister: “Nobody told me” Downing Street party was “against the rules”” – below is their description.

The Prime Minister Boris Johnson claims he didn’t lie about the alleged parties that took place in Downing Street during lockdown in May 202.

He maintains he believes he was attending a work event saying ‘no one told me we were breaking the rules.’

But he lowered his head when talking about having to apologise to the Queen for a party that took place the evening before the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral.

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