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Boris Johnson: New 'partygate' photos emerge, as PM waits official report

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Boris Johnson: New 'partygate' photos emerge, as PM waits official report

Boris Johnson: New 'partygate' photos emerge, as PM waits official report

The latest pictures from inside Downing Street appear to show the prime minister raising a glass at a party on a date he told parliament there had been none.


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