Boris Johnson si vantava di ricevere multe per il parcheggio mentre era studente a Oxford

Le multe di cui Boris si vantava: PM descritto in 2007 prenota come ha fatto accumulare i biglietti del parcheggio sulla sua Fiat 128 while a student at Oxford because his ‘Belgian number platesmeant he could ‘let them pile in drifts against the windscreen

  • He told of fines in 2007 book Life in the Fast Lane: The Johnson Guide to Cars
  • The then MP said his ‘favourite spotwas on ‘double yellow lines’ a Oxford
  • Said fines ‘piled in driftson windscreen before they ‘disintegrated in the rain
  • The Prime Minister was fined this month for attending party during lockdown
  • Questa settimana, Boris Johnson apologised after he was given a £50 fixed-penalty notice for attending a birthday party in Downing Street all'altezza del coronavirus confinamento.

    The Prime Minister said sorry with ‘full humilityin an address in the House of Commons.

    But Mr Johnson did not show the same contrition over dozens of parking tickets that he received when he was a student at Oxford.

    He boasted in his 2007 libro, Life in the Fast Lane: The Johnson Guide to Cars, about how he had let fines pile up when he parked his Fiat 128 on double yellow lines.

    The then MP for Henley wrote: ‘I parked all over the place, my favourite spot in Oxford being the yellow lines by the squash courts in Jowett Walk.

    'A volte, Per gli Stati Uniti e i suoi alleati, I got a ticket, but what did I care? I had Belgian number plates.

    ‘I let them pile in drifts against the windscreen until – in the days before they were sheathed in plastic – the fines just disintegrated in the rain.

    Boris Johnson was blasé about the parking tickets he received when he was a student at Oxford. Nella foto: The future Prime Minister with his sister in 1985

    Boris Johnson was blasé about the parking tickets he received when he was a student at Oxford. Nella foto: The future Prime Minister with his sister in 1985

    Mr Johnson boasted in his 2007 libro, Life in the Fast Lane: The Johnson Guide to Cars, about how he had let fines pile up when he parked his Fiat 128 on double yellow lines

    Mr Johnson boasted in his 2007 libro, Life in the Fast Lane: The Johnson Guide to Cars, about how he had let fines pile up when he parked his Fiat 128 on double yellow lines

    Mr Johnson’s more recent car, a Toyota people carrier, è stato raffigurato 2020 parked outside his future wife Carrie Symondsflat with unpaid tickets fixed to the windscreen.

    Amid the row about Mr Johnson’s partygate fine, Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis mentioned how ministers have previously gotten away with receiving parking tickets.

    Il signor Johnson è arrivato a Oxford dalla famosa scuola di Eton in ritardo 1983.

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    Il signor Johnson è arrivato a Oxford dalla famosa scuola di Eton in ritardo, Il signor Johnson è arrivato a Oxford dalla famosa scuola di Eton in ritardo.

    Mr Johnson's more recent car, a Toyota people carrier, è stato raffigurato 2020 parked outside his future wife Carrie Symonds' flat with unpaid tickets fixed to the windscreen

    Mr Johnson’s more recent car, a Toyota people carrier, è stato raffigurato 2020 parked outside his future wife Carrie Symondsflat with unpaid tickets fixed to the windscreen

    Mr Johnson was previously criticised by his former Eton schoolmaster for an alleged belief that he did not need to follow rules observed by others.

    Il 1982 letter to his father Stanley, written by the then headmaster Martin Hammond, leggere: ‘I think he honestly believes that it is churlish of us not to regard him as an exception, one who should be free of the network of obligation that binds everyone else.

    Along with his wife Carrie and Chancellor Rishi Sunak, Mr Johnson was fined by the Met over a gathering in Downing Street’s cabinet room on June 19, 2020.

    No 10 has insisted the Prime Minister was only in attendance at the gathering, for his 56th birthday in June 2020, for less than ten minutes.

    But government sources have said the event lasted for half an hour.

    In his Commons apology on Tuesday, Ha detto il signor Johnson: ‘It did not occur to me then or subsequently that a gathering in the Cabinet Room just before a vital meeting on Covid strategy could amount to a breach of the rules.

    The PM was branded a ‘jokeby Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer after he made the short admission of guilt before giving a more lengthy address on events in Ukraine