PARTYGATE investigator Sue Gray lifted the lid on boozy lockdown antics at No10 — as her long-awaited report told of vomiting aides, drunken fights and karaoke bashes. New pictures showed the PM raising a can of beer next to cheap Tesco sarnies at a rather bleak birthday party in June 2020 — for which he got a £50 fine. Cabinet Secretary Simon Case is seen laughing alongside him but mysteriously avoided a penalty. The dossier, published after six months of allegations and 126 fines, contained nine photos of bashes in total , and Ms Gray ruled "many should not have happened". A potential leadership challenge fizzled out after the probe fell short of savaging the PM, and no new revelations emerged. A source close to Mr Johnson said: "The whole picture is not this idea that the public may have had over the last few months that the PM was partying as if it was Saturday night in Ibiza in July." But relatives of Covid victims banned from funerals were infuriated by the No10 bad behaviour. Safiah Ngah, 29, unable to say goodbye to dad Zahari last February, said: "The Government is completely out of touch with what real people… Read full this story
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