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PM won't stop Sue Gray naming people in partygate report

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PM won't stop Sue Gray naming people in partygate report

PM won't stop Sue Gray naming people in partygate report

Boris Johnson says he is "very grateful" to the Metropolitan Police for concluding thier investigation into partygate and says he won't stand in the way of Sue Gray naming individuals in her report.

It comes as the Met conclude their investigation, issuing a total of 126 fines to 83 people for parties that occured across eight diffrent dates.

Report by Nelsonr.

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