Boris Johnson looking safe - for now

Partygate: Boris Johnson looking safe

May 25, 2022 by BBC News - Home

Key Facts

  • The details of what went on include: Wine, cheese, beer and pizza being provided Someone drinking so much they threw up A karaoke machine being commandeered A "minor altercation" between two people - in other words, some sort of dust-up Staff leaving the building in the middle of the night after parties "Wine Time Friday" * Staff clubbing together to buy a fridge to store wine in at work In plenty of workplaces this sort of behaviour would be unconventional even during normal times.
  • On Wednesday, the civil service's chief operating officer, Alex Chisholm, and Cabinet Secretary Simon Case - who was removed from doing the investigation Ms Gray ended up carrying out because there'd been a party in his own office - wrote to civil servants.
  • In their letter, he and Mr Chisholm talk about taking "the time to reflect on the report in full and consider the issues [the Gray report] has highlighted" and say that "steps have also been taken to strengthen the corporate leadership across the Cabinet Office and No 10".
  • But the vast majority of public critics today are those who've long condemned the behaviour he presided over - and it would take 54 declaring a lack of confidence in Mr Johnson to trigger a vote on his leadership.

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