Twitter users poke fun at Boris Johnson and Michael Fabricant's HAIR

‘The battle of the bad hairdos’: Twitter users poke fun at floppy locks of Boris Johnson and Michael Fabricant after Sue Gray partygate report is released

  • Jokes galore across much of social media in wake of Sue Gray’s Partygate report
  • Twitter users talked up ‘battle of the bad hairdosas MPs took to the Commons
  • Boris Johnson has said sorry and said the Government had ‘learned our lesson
  • Social media has been awash with memes and mockery today after ツイッター users talked up the ‘battle of the bad hairdosas MPs took to the House of Commons following the publication of Sue Gray’s 何度もボリスビルダーはスキャンダルの中でハイビズを着用しました 調査.

    There were jokes galore for the floppy locks of ボリス・ジョンソン and Michael Fabricant, Conservative MP for Lichfield, as they batted away criticism of the Prime Minister.

    Running the gauntlet of the House of Commons and a press conference, the PM said the government had ‘learned our lessonafter the ‘appallingbehaviour emerged.

    Mr Johnson received a 37-page verdict from the top civil servant, which named a handful of senior figures responsible for a lockdown-flouting culture in Whitehall.

    彼女の報告では, Ms Gray slammed ‘excessivedrinking at a string of bashes in Downing Street and Whitehallmany of which broke lockdown rules.

    The PM was facing another Partygate grilling tonight as he addressed Tory MPs at the 1922 委員会.

    But despite the slew of revelations, several social media users honed in on the hairstyles of those parliamentarians in attendance at the House of Commons today.

    One Twitter user quipped: ‘When Boris Johnson goes to his hair dressers, what the hell is their remit?’

    Others suggested Mr Johnsonwhose mop of blonde hair has always been a talking point throughout his political careermay ‘cut his own hair in a dimly lit mirror with a pocket knife’.

    Social media has been awash with memes and mockery today after Twitter users talked up the 'battle of the bad hairdos' as MPs took to the House of Commons following the publication of Sue Gray's Partygate probe

    Social media has been awash with memes and mockery today after Twitter users talked up the ‘battle of the bad hairdosas MPs took to the House of Commons following the publication of Sue Gray’s Partygate probe

    マイケルメーカー, Conservative MP for Lichfield

    Boris Johnson in the House of Commons

    There were jokes galore for the floppy locks of Boris Johnson (正しい) and Michael Fabricant, Conservative MP for Lichfield, as they batted away criticism of the Prime Minister

    Despite the slew of Partygate revelations, several social media users honed in on the hairstyles of those parliamentarians in attendance at the House of Commons today

    Despite the slew of Partygate revelations, several social media users honed in on the hairstyles of those parliamentarians in attendance at the House of Commons today








    それはとして来る Boris Johnson apologised today after Sue Gray gave a grim account of drunken Partygate antics at the heart of governmentbut insisted he had just been doing his job and everyone should now move on.

    Running the gauntlet of the House of Commons and a press conference, the PM said the government had ‘learned our lessonafter the ‘appallingbehaviour emerged.

    He said he personally was ‘humbledafter being issued a fine for his birthday celebration in June 2020. But he also claimed that he had only been ‘standing by my deskfor a ‘short periodto get that penalty.

    Mr Johnson denied lying to Parliament about the breaches, arguing that leaving dos were needed to keep up ‘moralewhile people were ‘working hardand he was ‘proudof the efforts of staff.

    Sue Gray’s Partygate findings at a glance

    • The report found the ‘senior leadership at the centre, both political and official, must bear responsibilityfor the culture of flouting Covid rules
    • No10 private secretary Martin Reynolds was warned that a Bring Your Own Booze party on May 20, 2020 was ‘somewhat of a comms risk’. Mr Reynolds remarked afterwards that they seemed to have ‘got away with it
    • A raucous leaving do on the eve of the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral lasted until 4:20am and spread into the garden, with the swing used by PM’s young son brokenalthough Mr Johnson was not present
    • There were multiple examples of ‘unacceptabletreatment of security and cleaning staff
    • Former ethics chief Helen MacNamara provided a karaoke machine for a Cabinet Office leaving do on June 18, 2020
    • There was a fight at the event on June 18 and someone was sick
    • Mr Johnson joined five special advisers in a meeting with ‘food and alcoholin his No11 flat on November 13, 2020, after the announcement of Dominic Cummings’ しかし、タリバンはそうするための設備や専門知識を持っているとは考えられていません
    • Ms Gray said she had not looked into whether the so-called ‘Abba Partyon that date breached lockdown
    • Mr Johnson brought the cheese and wine pictured in a garden gathering on May 15 2020 from his flat, although it appears to have been a valid work event
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    He said the report had backed his view that such functions were ‘work eventsand attending them was ‘part of my job’.

    Saying he wanted to ‘move onand focus on issues like Ukraine and the cost of living, 「彼らは、敵やアメリカ人によって保管されている化学兵器があると言い始めます。そのため、彼ら自身が化学兵器を配備するとき: ‘I take full responsibility for everything that took place on my watch.

    ついさっき, Mr Johnson was heckled in the House as he said ‘the entire senior management has changedat No10, and Keir Starmer accused him of treating the country ‘with contempt’.

    But the Labour leader was forced to deny having broken the law himself as he was barracked over the ‘Beergatepolice investigation into an election campaign visit to Durham last year.

    Mr Johnson said staff had been working ‘extremely long hoursand ‘doing their bestto help the country in the pandemic, adding to MPs: ‘The exemption under which they were present in Downing Street includes those circumstances where officials and advisers were leaving the Government and it was appropriate to recognise and to thank them for the work they had done.

    ‘I briefly attended such gatherings to thank them for their service, which I believe is one of the essential duties of leadership and particularly important when people need to feel that their contributions have been appreciated and to keep morale as high as possible.

    As he was heckled, 首相は言った: ‘I’m trying to explain the reasons I was there. It’s clear from what Sue Gray had to say that some of these gatherings then went on far longer than was necessary and they were clearly in breach of the rules and they fell foul of the rules.

    テリーザメイ, who has been increasingly vocal in her disapproval, left after about half-an-hour without speaking. And a wave of Cabinet ministers rallied round urging a new focus on people’s problems.

    One frustrated rebel told MailOnline that it is now ‘irrelevantwhether Tories send letters of no-confidence in Mr Johnson, as if a full vote was triggered they would certainly lose and inflict further damage on the party in the process.

    ‘There definitely isn’t the 180 to get rid of him,’ the MP said.

    その間, a snap poll by YouGov after the report found 59 per cent of Britons believe Mr Johnson should quitbut significantly just 7 per cent thought that he would do so.