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Anger grows over No.10 Christmas parties as more than 700,000 people invited to Downing Street for a ‘rave’ on Christmas Eve

by LLB political Reporter
9th Dec 21 1:33 pm

A Facebook event has been set up for mass rave at the gates of Downing Street, with more than a quarter of a million people will attend the party.

The “Christmas rave” has been organised by DJ Jon Mancini who has told hundreds of thousands of people to “bring your own nibbles and drink” and to “bring who you like.”

It is now understood that a further 400,000 people are now “interested” in attending the Downing Street Christmas rave and there “will be no social distancing.”

The public event’s description reads, “Massive rave at 10 Downing Street. Line up.

“Boris Johnson and chums.

“No social distancing required. Bring who you like. Bring your own nibbles and drink.”

Facebook users have flooded the invite page with funny posts and memes completely mocking the Prime Minister and Downing Street.

One person wrote on the Facebook page, “I hope they have cheese and wine it wouldn’t be a party without it.”

Another asked, “But is it a ‘party’?,” while a third person added, “Yes I’m in but working from home!!”

This comes as anger is growing over seven parties which took place at Downing Street, that we know about, during lockdown.

Millions of people followed the law and sadly hundreds of people died on the days that parties took place at No.10 which shows “contempt” for the British public.

Boris Johnson has been accused of a “diversion” tactic by introducing new measures amid the growing anger.

Former chief whip Mark Harper responded to the new rules in the Commons by saying, “Why should people at home listening to the prime minster and the secretary of state do things that people working in Number 10 Downing Street are not prepared to do?”

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