Sue Gray Partygate report could be published within days

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The deadline has now passed for any of the people named in Sue Gray’s Partygate report to lodge objections to her findings. If no challenges delay it, her investigation into lockdown gatherings in Downing Street could finally be published within days.

It is expected to paint a less than flattering picture of the culture in Number 10 – but who will take the blame for that? The Prime Minister – or his civil servants? Meanwhile, questions over who arranged a controversial private meeting between the PM and Sue Gray refuse to go away.

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