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Boris the ‘liar Crime Minister’s’ position is ‘untenable’ and must resign over damning leaked Christmas party video

by Mark Fitt Political Journalist
8th Dec 21 10:36 am

The Prime Minister has been branded as the “Crime Minister” as a shocking leaked video has emerged where top Downing Street officials were “laughing” and joking about the Christmas party which has been denied.

The Westminster leader of the SNP Ian Blackford blasted Boris Johnson and said, if the video “is true, then the Prime Minister’s position is untenable” and he must resign “immediately.”

Alastair Campbell who was Tony Blair’s spokesman and press secretary when he was Prime Minister blasted Johnson and called him a “liar.”

Campbell said, “When you elect a liar as PM, and when those who works for him have to lie to cover up his lies, it will eventually unravel.

“It is unravelling because among the liars there are people who find it harder than Johnson. The truth will out. Labour need to pile the pressure on cops.”

“To get involved. There is absolutely no reason for them not to. Downing St is a crime scene. Johnson is the Crime Minister. The rules were broken. Fact. The law was broken. Fact. Get stuck in and don’t let go.”

ITV News said the video was filmed four days after the one of alleged parties took place, which was the same time that the police were shutting down gatherings of more than two who were then being fined.

However, the Metropolitan Police said on Tuesday evening, “We are aware of footage obtained by ITV News relating to alleged breaches of the Health Protection Regulations at a Government building in December 2020.

“It is our policy not to routinely investigate retrospective breaches of the Covid-19 regulations, however the footage will form part of our considerations.”

Blackford MP said, “This video is damning and leaves the Prime Minister with a lot to answer for.

“When every individual up and down the country was told to stay at home in order to protect the NHS, the Tories were instead having a Christmas party which, as a senior staff member has now confirmed, was ‘not socially distanced.’

“If this is true, then the Prime Minister’s position is untenable and he must remove himself from office immediately.”

The Covid-19 Bereaved Families for Justice group said, “There are simply no words to describe how upsetting and shameful it is to then hear Boris Johnson’s team laughing about breaking the rules they had made, whilst others followed them and could only say goodbye to their loved ones through a screen.”

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