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Sadiq Khan demands explanation from police after 'smoking gun' No 10 pictures - as Shapps denies PM was partying

Sky News Tuesday, 24 May 2022
London mayor Sadiq Khan has asked police for an explanation after "smoking gun" pictures emerged of Boris Johnson drinking at an event during lockdown - for which he was not fined.
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News video: Sadiq Khan: Met Police must explain how PM was not fined

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Mayor of London Sadiq Khan says the Metropolitan Police "must explain how they reached their conclusions" to not fine Boris Johnson for attending a social gathering during lockdown in November 2020, after a photo emerged of the prime minister raising a toast at the event. Report by Brooksl. Like us...

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