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PM pays tribute to former 'fine colleague' Allegra Stratton

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PM pays tribute to former 'fine colleague' Allegra Stratton

PM pays tribute to former 'fine colleague' Allegra Stratton

Boris Johnson pays tribute to his former spokesperson Allegra Stratton, who he describes as a "fine colleague".

The prime minister also says "there can be no excuse" for the video which emerged showing Stratton and Downing Street aides joking over a Christmas party that was allegedly held during Covid lockdown.

Report by Blairm.

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