There is a ‘rot’ and the PM has let spread in Number 10″ – Sir Keir Starmer

Sky News published this video item, entitled “There is a ‘rot’ and the PM has let spread in Number 10″ – Sir Keir Starmer” – below is their description.

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has addressed the Commons following Boris Johnson’s statement about the findings of the long-awaited Sue Gray report into parties at Downing Street during lockdown.

He began by describing the door of Number 10 Downing Street as a great symbol of British democracy, and that although the Prime Minister has great power, his stay there is only temporary.

Follow live events here: https://news.sky.com/story/politics-hub-live-updates-as-boris-johnson-prepares-for-sue-gray-report-into-partygate-and-ministers-hint-at-windfall-tax-u-turn-12593360

#Partygate #BorisJohnson #KeirStarmer #SueGray

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