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UK PM Johnson under fire over ‘bring your own booze’ lockdown party

By Reuters
11 January 2022   |   12:19 pm
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was under fire on Tuesday after it emerged his private secretary had invited over 100 people to a "bring your own booze" party in the garden of Downing Street during the first coronavirus lockdown.

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