UK politics: Dominic Cummings keeps quiet amid No10 ‘partygate’ police investigation

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Dominic Cummings keeps quiet amid police party investigation. The Partygate threat to Boris Johnson escalated dramatically today with police formally investigating – after ministers gave him lukewarm backing over a birthday bash in No10 in June 2020.

Boris Johnson has again denied breaking the law after Scotland Yard chief Dame Cressida Dick announced that the force will probe alleged lockdown breaches in Downing Street and Whitehall over the past two years.

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