UK government apologises to Queen for parties on eve of prince funeral
Friday, 14 January 2022 The UK government apologised Friday to Queen Elizabeth II, after revelations Prime Minister Boris Johnson's staff broke coronavirus restrictions by partying on the eve of Prince Philip's funeral. "It is deeply regrettable that this took place at a time of national mourning and Number 10 (Downing Street) has apologised to the palace," Johnson's spokesman told reporters.
Shadow Attorney General Emily Thornberry has branded the government a "disgrace" following reports Downing Street held two staff leaving events on the eve of Prince Philip's funeral in April last year.
She adds she lost count of the number of alleged parties held at Downing Street throughout the...
Security Minister Damian Hinds says he was shocked to read reports Downing Street held two staff leaving events on the eve of Prince Philip's funeral in April last year. Report by Alibhaiz. Like us on..