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New Partygate photos of Boris Johnson emerge

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New Partygate photos of Boris Johnson emerge

New Partygate photos of Boris Johnson emerge

Photos of Boris Johnson at a lockdown social gathering during Covid lockdown in November 2020 have emerged, just days before Sue Gray's report is expected to be published.

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