戴着鲍里斯约翰逊面具的狂欢者在唐宁街外狂欢

唐宁街迪斯科: 周围 100 穿着西装的狂欢者和鲍里斯约翰逊在外面的狂欢中戴着啤酒和葡萄酒面具 10 singing ‘We are Boris, this is a work event

  • A group of wig-wearing Boris Johnson ‘look-a-likesare outside Downing Street
  • 群组, dressed in suits and wearing Boris Johnson masks, are partying there
  • Some of group have been seen draped in Union Jack flags and with beer bottles
  • It comes as Prime Minister faces yet more flack over the ongoing partygate row
  • The PM faced a backlash after apologising to MPs in the House of Commons for attending one event, 但说: ‘I believed implicitly that this was a work event.
  • A group of around 100 wig-wearing 鲍里斯·约翰逊(Boris Johnson) ‘look-a-likesare partying outside 唐宁街 while belting out chants of ‘this is a work event’.

    In a tongue-in-cheek nod to the brewing ‘partygate’ 行, the revellers, dressed in suits and wearing paper masks of the Prime Minister’s face, have been spotted dancing to music on Whitehall.

    群组, some draped in Union Jack flags and others carrying beer bottles, have been heard chanting ‘my name is Borisand ‘this is a work event’.

    It is believed the event was organised by the YouTuber ‘JaackMaate’, WHO, sharing pictures of the party on Twitter, 写: ‘We hired 100 Boris Johnson’s and threw a party outside Downing Street…

    It comes as the Prime Minister faces yet more flack over the partygate row following further revelations about conduct at Downing Street during last year’s lockdowns.

    Last night it was revealed that No 10 staff boozed at two leaving parties the night before the Queen grieved alone at Prince Philip’s funeral.

    It is claimed that during one event, in the basement of No10, aids were boozing so ‘excessivelythat one person was sent to a nearby Co-op with a suitcase on wheels to fill with wine, beer and spirits.

    There was even a disco where staff DJed and it became so raucous that one attendee broke baby Wilfred Johnson’s swing set, according to the Telegraph.

    The latest revelations came just days after Boris Johnson apologised to MPs in the House of Commons after attending a ‘bring your own boozegarden party at No. 10.

    However his apology sparked a backlash after he claimed the drink-fuelled event, which took place at a time when only two people were allowed to meet outside in a public space, was ‘a work event’.

    A group of wig-wearing Boris Johnson 'look-a-likes' are partying outside Downing Street while belting out chants of 'this is a work event'

    A group of wig-wearing Boris Johnson ‘look-a-likesare partying outside Downing Street while belting out chants of ‘this is a work event

    In a tongue-in-cheek nod to the brewing 'partygate' row, the group, dressed in suits and wearing paper masks of the Prime Minister's face, have been spotted dancing to music on Whitehall

    In a tongue-in-cheek nod to the brewing ‘partygate’ 行, the group, dressed in suits and wearing paper masks of the Prime Minister’s face, have been spotted dancing to music on Whitehall

    群组, some draped in Union Jack flags and carrying beer bottles, have been heard chanting 'my name is Boris' and 'this is a work event'

    群组, some draped in Union Jack flags and carrying beer bottles, have been heard chanting ‘my name is Borisand ‘this is a work event

    It comes as the Prime Minister faces yet more flack over the partygate row following more revelations about conduct at Downing Street during last year's lockdowns

    It comes as the Prime Minister faces yet more flack over the partygate row following more revelations about conduct at Downing Street during last year’s lockdowns

    Brexiteer Andrew Bridgen becomes fifth Tory MP to call for Boris to quit over partygate – as true-blue local association disowns the PM

    Brexiteer Andrew Bridgen has become the fifth Tory MP to call for embattled Boris Johnson to quit over ‘Partygate’.

    The MP for North West Leicestershire, who backed the PM to be party leader in June 2019, has submitted a letter of no-confidence in Mr Johnson and urged him to leave office within the next three months.

    Blasting the ‘moral vacuum at the heart of Government’, Mr Bridgen joins Douglas Ross, Sir Roger Gale, William Wragg and Caroline Nokes in calling for Mr Johnson to resign over his handling of the lockdown party scandal.

    与此同时, the Conservative association in the rock-solid seat of Sutton Coldfield said it had withdrawn support for Mr Johnson due to his failure to control the No10 ‘culture’.

    Councillor Simon Ward told BBC Radio 4’s Today: ‘The culture starts at the top, doesn’t it? And that’s the really disappointing point.

    ‘We were asking people all over our country to make massive sacrifices, people in rural Sutton Coldfield to make massive sacrifices, over the last two years.

    ‘I think we have the right to expect everybody in Government and in those positions of leadership to follow those same rules and guidelines as well.

    Nobody knows how many letters of no-confidence have been submitted to Sir Graham Brady, the chairman of the 1922 committee of Tory MPs. Estimates range from just five to dozens.

    If more than 15 per cent of the party’s MPs submit a letter, there has to be a vote on the leadership, giving a threshold of 54.

    Writing in the Telegraph, Mr Bridgen thundered: ‘可悲, the Prime Minister’s position has become untenable.

    ‘Leadership is not just about the job title, or even making big decisions — it is equally about having a moral compass, of knowing not just right from left but right from wrong.

    Mr Bridgen, 57, 添加: ‘As more and more revelations have been published, and I fear more are yet to come out, it is clear that not only were rules broken in Downing Street but that the initial response was to stretch the truth about them being broken too.

    ‘Claims by the Prime Minister that he did not know that he was attending a party seem at best misguided and at worst cynical. So today I’m calling on the Prime Minister to stand down — there is time yet to do the right thing.

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    It comes as today Mr Johnson has said sorry to the Queen over a lockdown-busting leaving do in Downing Street just hours before Prince Philip’s funeral.

    The PM’s spokesman said an apology had been made to Buckingham Palace over the ‘regrettablebehaviour in April last year.

    ‘It is deeply regrettable that this took place at a time of national mourning and No10 has apologised to the Palace,’ 发言人说.

    然而, it is understood an official called the Palace and aides refused to say whether Mr Johnsonwho was not at the booze-fuelled eventwould be speaking to the monarch personally about the issue.

    较早, James Slack, who is now deputy editor of The Sun newspaper, said sorry for the ‘anger and hurt causedby the event on April 16, which he said ‘should not have happened at the time that it did’.

    ‘I am deeply sorry, and take full responsibility,’ 他说.

    He said he could not comment further as the matter had been referred to Sue Gray’s investigation. It is understood the top civil servant’s probe will consider the night’s events, although it is unclear whether she knew about them before today.

    Keir Starmer accused Mr Johnson of ‘degrading the office of PMin the wake of the latest grim revelations, and should resign.

    Mr Slack’s leaving party was one of two held that nightthe other being for an outgoing official photographer at No 10.

    Mr Johnson was already said to be on his way to Chequers when the revelry started.

    But the revelations are yet another blow to the PM, who failed to stamp out a party culture in No 10 at a time when millions of Britons were making huge sacrifices through the pandemic.

    England was in step two of the government’s roadmap at the time, meaning there was a strict ban on any indoor gatherings of more than two people from different households, and the limit was six people outdoors.

    Any larger gatherings for work purposes had to be ‘reasonably necessary’, according to the regulations at the time. And there was a potential £10,000 fine for people who organised such events.

    Foreign Secretary Liz Truss risked inflaming the situation further by telling the public to ‘move on’. ‘He has apologised, I think we now need to move on and talk about how we are going to sort out issues,’ 她告诉记者.

    Andrew Bridgen has become the latest Tory MP to tell the Prime Minister to quit over ‘partygate’, insisting his position had become ‘untenablebecause of the ‘moral vacuum at the heart of our government’.

    A former Cabinet minister told MailOnline the latest claims were ‘awful’. ‘It is the cumulative effect. The parties are piling up with gay abandon. The timing of this latest one is devastating,’ 他们说.

    ‘Even if Johnson wasn’t present and didn’t know, what it says about the culture at No10. He’s already got form as someone who is indifferent to the rules, they don’t apply to him. He’s clearly allowed a culture in No10 to say anything goes.

    At a stormy PMQs on Wednesday, Mr Johnson confessed that he spent 25 minutes at a ‘BYOB’ party on May 15, 2020 during the first national lockdown, but insisted that he thought it was a ‘work event’ and was allowed under the rules in place at the time

    At a stormy PMQs on Wednesday, Mr Johnson confessed that he spent 25 minutes at a ‘BYOBparty on May 15, 2020 during the first national lockdown, but insisted that he thought it was a ‘work eventand was allowed under the rules in place at the time

    Tonight’s bombshell allegations — the first that any lockdown-busting parties took place in 2021 — will pile further pressure on the embattled PM, who is fighting for his political life over the ‘Partygate’ scandal. 图为, an image of an alleged lockdown-busting party in No10 on May 15, 2020

    Tonight’s bombshell allegations — the first that any lockdown-busting parties took place in 2021 — will pile further pressure on the embattled PM, who is fighting for his political life over the ‘Partygate’ 丑闻. 图为, an image of an alleged lockdown-busting party in No10 on May 15, 2020

    One Downing Street staffer was despatched to the Co-op on The Strand, next to Trafalgar Square, to fill a suitcase with more booze

    One Downing Street staffer was despatched to the Co-op on The Strand, next to Trafalgar Square, to fill a suitcase with more booze

    Downing Street staff allegedly boozed ‘excessively’ at two leaving parties the night before the Queen was forced to grieve alone her own at the Duke of Edinburgh’s Covid-secure funeral last year

    Downing Street staff allegedly boozed ‘excessivelyat two leaving parties the night before the Queen was forced to grieve alone her own at the Duke of Edinburgh’s Covid-secure funeral last year

    On the eve of the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral, where Her Majesty was set apart from her family because of social distancing, Downing Street staff danced in the basement and drank in the garden, boozing so ‘excessivelythat one person was sent to a nearby Co-op with a suitcase on wheels to fill with wine, beer and spirits.

    There was even a disco where staff DJed and it became so raucous that one attendee broke baby Wilfred Johnson’s swing set, according to the Telegraph.

    Witnesses claimed that around 30 people attended the two gatherings, which were held in different parts of the Downing Street complex before combining in the garden.

    It is alleged that one of the groups moved outside at around midnight because of a fear that too much wine was spilling on the basement carpet as they danced.

    The paper reported that a No10 figure even ‘had a goon a child’s swing belonging to Mr Johnson’s son Wilf — and snapped it.

    That Friday, Britain was in a period of public mourning over the death of Prince Philip, the nation’s longest-serving consort and the Queen’s husband of more than 70 年份. The heartbreaking picture of her sat looking at his coffin, alone in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, has become one of the defining images of the pandemic.

    ‘It was a work event in the basement actually’: Footage of Boris Johnson disco dancing becomes massive online hit as flood of memes over Downing Street parties scandal continues

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    A video of Prime Minister 鲍里斯·约翰逊(Boris Johnson) dancing with a lightsabre-wielding London Assembly member at a Christmas party nearly ten years ago has re-emerged amid news of more 唐宁街 parties.

    The widely-shared footage of what is believed to be a 2013 bash set 推特Instagram的 ablaze today.

    One wag who posted it added the caption ‘It was a work event in the basement actually’.

    The footage shows Mr Johnson dancing with Jeanette Arnold OBE, who had been a member of the London Assembly since 2000.

    Ms Arnoldwho became chair in 2015 – seems unlikely to be sharing a dancefloor with the PM in the future.

    This week she tweeted her disgust at the reports of the No 10 lockdown breaking parties.

    她说: ‘I doubt whether the PM has an honest bone in his body so regrettably he is not going to do the decent thing and resign.








    The PM looked very youthful as he danced to the lively strains of All Night Long at the bash

    The PM looked very youthful as he danced to the lively strains of All Night Long at the bash

    The funny film showed the PM dancing with Jeanette Arnold OBE in 2013 as she held lightsabre

    The funny film showed the PM dancing with Jeanette Arnold OBE in 2013 as she held lightsabre

    Mr Johnson looked to be having a whale of a time on the black and white checked floor

    Mr Johnson looked to be having a whale of a time on the black and white checked floor

    The dancing video shows Mr Johnson and Ms Arnold dancing as she holds an illuminated blue lightsaber.

    It is actually a Lucasfilm prop apparently given to the now-PM by the late Christopher Lee, who starred in the hit films.

    Internet merriment at Mr Johnson’s explanation of the May 2020 party showed no sign of abating today.

    One photoshop-savvy Twitter user created a new version of the Now That’s What I Call A Party Anthemsof course swapping the word ‘partyfor ‘work event’.

    Another changed Arsenal footballer Thomas Partey’s surname to the same thing.

    Elsewhere a photoshoot of the PM and Rishi Sunak with beer barrels was reappropriated for a predictable new purpose.

    And one prankster even joked about the Met Commissioner turning to music as a DJ named Cressida Decks.

    witter user created a new version of the Now That's What I Call A Party Anthems, changing it to 'work event'.

    witter user created a new version of the Now That’s What I Call A Party Anthems, changing it to ‘work event’.

    Arsenal footballer Thomas Partey's surname was changed to a different word in one meme

    Arsenal footballer Thomas Partey’s surname was changed to a different word in one meme

    A photoshoot of the PM and Rishi Sunak with beer barrels was reappropriated to mock him

    A photoshoot of the PM and Rishi Sunak with beer barrels was reappropriated to mock him

    One joked about the Met Commissioner turning to music as a DJ named Cressida Decks.

    One joked about the Met Commissioner turning to music as a DJ named Cressida Decks.

    James Corden was featured shouting party on one tweet about the gatherings at No 10 and its gardens.

    Meanwhile a picture of a nightclub rave was captioned as a ‘work eventby one witty web user.

    A group of people in a swimming pool holding drinks were given similar treatment.

    And an illustration of a group of primates having a tea party was captioned ‘Yet another work event for the money worshipping cult’.

    This morning the Prime Minister’s former director of communications apologised over a No 10 party the night before the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral.

    James Slack, who until last year was Mr Johnson’s director of communications, apologised on Friday morning for the ‘anger and hurthis leaving party in April 2021 had caused.

    James Corden was featured shouting party on one tweet about the gatherings at No 10

    James Corden was featured shouting party on one tweet about the gatherings at No 10

    A picture of a nightclub rave was captioned as a 'work event' by one witty web user today

    A picture of a nightclub rave was captioned as a ‘work eventby one witty web user today

    A group of people in a swimming pool holding drinks were also described as a work event

    A group of people in a swimming pool holding drinks were also described as a work event

    A drawing of a group of primates having a tea party was captioned 'Yet another work event for the money worshipping cult'.

    A drawing of a group of primates having a tea party was captioned ‘Yet another work event for the money worshipping cult’.

    Mr Slack said he took ‘full responsibilityand was ‘deeply sorry’.

    It came after The Telegraph reported that advisers and civil servants gathered after work for two separate events on April 16 2021, as the country was in a period of mourning after the death of Prince Philip.

    The events were to mark the departures of Mr Slack and one of the Prime Minister’s personal photographers, the newspaper said.

    The two events are said to have started separately and later merged.

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