Starmer calls on Johnson to resign after PM apologises for No 10 get together

Starmer calls on Johnson to resign after PM apologises for No 10 party

Sir Keir Starmer has referred to as on Boris Johnson to resign after the prime minister admitted to internet hosting a lockdown-breaking get together in Downing Avenue.

The prime minister began Prime Minister’s Questions by apologising for organising and attending get together in Downing Avenue on the twentieth Might 2020, solely hours earlier than then tradition secretary Oliver Dowden advised the general public to not break lockdown guidelines on gathering in massive teams.

Johnson advised the Home of Commons: “There have been issues we merely didn’t get proper and so they should take accountability.”

Labour’s chief Sir Keir Starmer referred to as the prime minister’s apology “offensive to the British public”, and questioned whether or not the prime minister is “going to do the first rate factor and resign?”

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