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Boris Johnson's office apologizes to Queen Elizabeth for holding parties on eve of Prince Philip's funeral

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News video: Boris Johnson's office apologises for party on eve of Prince Philip's funeral

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Downing Street says the government acknowledges a lockdown-breaching party the night before the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral has caused "significant public anger".

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