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Former Boris Johnson aide — now an editor at The Sun — apologizes as minister says he's 'shocked' by lockdown-breaking party held on eve of Prince Philip's funeral

Business Insider Friday, 14 January 2022 ()
James Slack, deputy editor-in-chief of The Sun, said: "This event should not have happened at the time that it did. I am deeply sorry, and take full responsibility."
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On Friday Johnson's office had to apologise to the royal family for holding staff parties the night before Prince Philip's funeral last year.

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