Boris Johnson interrogated by a civil servant for breaking the rules at the height of the pandemic
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has reportedly been questioned as part of an investigation into allegations of organizing a party with his staff at the height of the UK pandemic.
Foreign media report that the Prime Minister has "shared what he knows" regarding the party organized on '10 Downing Street 'with the senior civil servant Sue Gray, who will publish her report regarding the allegations of violating the rules of coronavirus this week.
The move comes after The Mirror reported that Johnson attended a pre-Christmas 2020 party, during which he delivered a speech about the departure of his defense adviser, Captain Steve Higham.
His office has not responded to requests for comment.
The party's justification for saying goodbye to Higham is the latest in a string of downing rules on Downing Street.
Johnson has admitted to Gray that he attended the party, although he insists he thought it was a "work event".
In an effort to survive the storm of criticism and successive demands for resignation from opponents, reports suggest Johnson could make changes to his team, starting with his chief private secretary Martin Reynolds, who sent the email. inviting staff to enjoy the good weather in garden no. 10 Downing Street.