Sue Gray’s final report on a series of lockdown-breaking No10 parties has been made public, causing Boris Johnson to apologize again and renewing calls for him to resign. The whole report can be seen here.
Ms. Gray, a senior federal official, has been investigating the gatherings, which occurred in violation of Covid rules in 2020 and 2021.
Sue Gray noted in her entire report that many of the events she investigated “should not have been allowed to happen,” and she chastised the government’s culture and the ‘excessive drinking’ that occurred throughout the pandemic.
Last week, the parties were the subject of a Metropolitan Police investigation.
There were 126 fines total, one of which was given to Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Ms Gray issued an update on her findings in January, criticizing No10 for “leadership failures” and claiming that the Government had failed to meet the standards of “those working at the heart of government” as well as the standards “required of the entire British populace at the time.”
On Wednesday morning, the Cabinet Office acquired a copy of the final report before it was made public.
The whole report can be seen here.