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Images of Boris Johnson with a beer in his hand have emerged in Sue Gray's damning report of Downing Street parties during the COVID-19 pandemic. Mr Johnson is pictured in attendance at both, while Chancellor Rishi Sunak and Cabinet Secretary Simon Case are spotted at the first - on the prime minister's birthday. In the report, Ms Gray stated that "the senior leadership at the centre, both political and official, must bear responsibility for this culture".
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Details of drunkenness, fighting and late night parties at the heart of government have been laid bare in a damning report by Sue Gray - who said "senior leadership" must bear responsibility. The long-awaited report, which also details karaoke, wine spillages, aides being sick and others being rude to security staff and cleaners, reveals behaviour in Downing Street during 2020 and 2021 when COVID-19 restrictions were in place across the country. In one message after a "bring your own booze" party to which 200 people were invited in May 2020, Martin Reynolds, the prime minister's principal private secretary, said: "We seem to have got away with [it]."
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