BORIS Johnson will not reveal what he tells police in an official questionnaire over lockdown parties at No10.
The PM insisted he will have “a lot more” to say once the probe is over.Boris Johnson will not reveal what he tells police in an official questionnaire over lockdown parties at No10[/caption]
No10 confirmed that Mr Johnson got his on Friday evening, with seven days to respond.
Yesterday the PM said: “All that process has got to be completed before I can say anything more, but I look forward to telling you a lot more in due course.”
Asked if the responses would be made public, the PM’s official spokesman said: “No.”
The PM has strongly denied breaking any rules at the gatherings and is understood to be taking legal advice to make a robust defence.
But Tory MPs have privately warned he will be forced to resign in disgrace if he is found to have broken lockdown laws and is fined.
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Cops are probing 12 alleged lockdown-breaking parties in Whitehall.
Mr Johnson is alleged to have been at six.
No10 has said it will tell the public if Mr Johnson gets a police fine, which starts at £100 but can go up to £10,000.Boris is alleged to have attended a surprise birthday party in June 2020, organised by wife Carrie[/caption]
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