UK Gov’t ‘Christmas party’ LAST YEAR while under STRICT COVID RULES | 1,000,000 invited to Downing Street ‘RAVE’ as anger rises | There were SEVEN PARTIES

A Facebook event has been set up for a mass party at the gates of Downing Street in the wake of the scandal engulfing the prime minister.

More than 415,000 people said they are attending, while almost 585,000 people are ‘interested’ in attending the ‘Christmas rave’.

It is being organised by DJ John Mancini, with people urged to ‘bring who you like’ and ‘bring your own nibbles and drink’.

Source: Metro.UK

Source: Facebook Page

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Boris Johnson is facing a furious backlash after footage emerged of Number 10 officials joking and laughing about a Christmas party in Downing Street last year during a time of strict COVID restrictions. In a video recording of what is reported to be a rehearsal for a TV media briefing, senior Number 10 aides were filmed talking and laughing about a Christmas party. They also jokingly referred to a “business meeting” and a “cheese and wine” event. The footage, obtained by ITV News, is said to be from 22 December last year – four days after an alleged Christmas party took place in Number 10.

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