An update to an internal investigation into possible breaches of lockdown rules by Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his staff was published on Monday, covering more than a dozen social gatherings, including boozy parties in Downing Street.
Police said last week they would open an investigation, after receiving information from the internal investigation into the events at 10 Downing Street and other government offices.
Below is a list of events that the police are investigating and are not:
– May 20, 2020: meeting in the garden of number 10 Downing Street for number 10 staff.
– June 18, 2020: rally at the Cabinet Office, on the occasion of the departure of a Downing Street official.
– 20 June 2020: Demonstration in Downing Street Cabinet Room on the occasion of the Prime Minister’s birthday.
– November 13, 2020: Downing Street apartment rally; and a Downing Street rally to mark the departure of a special adviser.
– December 17, 2020: a meeting at the Cabinet Office, to organize an online Christmas contest for the office of the Cabinet Secretary; a meeting in the Cabinet Office at the exit of a senior official from the Cabinet Office; and a rally in Downing Street for the departure of an official.
– December 18, 2020: rally in Downing Street before the Christmas holidays.
– January 14, 2021; a rally in Downing Street on the occasion of the departure of two officials.
– April 16, 2021: Concentration in Downing Street on the occasion of the departure of a high-ranking official; A rally in Downing Street on the occasion of the departure of another civil servant.
Not under investigation
– May 15, 2020; a photograph showing a series of groups in Downing Street Garden.
– November 27, 2020: rally in Downing Street for the departure of a special adviser.
– December 10, 2020: rally at the National Education before the Christmas holidays.
– December 15, 2020: Gather at 10 Downing Street for an online Christmas contest.
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