Wilfully lying to Parliament: here’s #BorisJohnson

After Ian Blackford was ordered out of Parliament in a shameful display by Commons Speaker Lindsay Hoyle, let’s examine just one example in which Boris Johnson “wilfully misled” Parliament.

Here’s a video clip of him saying there was no party in Downing Street on November 13, 2020:

According to Sue Gray’s interim report on alleged Downing Street parties, the police are investigating one such event that happened in the flat where Johnson lives on that date.

The fact that police are investigating suggests very strongly that a party did take place there, and the fact that they are looking for criminal activity also suggests very strongly that the Covid-19 guidance (to which Johnson was referring in the clip) was not followed at all times.

As far as I’m aware, Johnson was not away from the UK at that time, so one presumes he slept in the flat on the night of November 13, 2020 – unless he fell asleep elsewhere in the building, during the party for the departure of Dominic Cummings.

Whichever, it seems clear that Johnson knew what was going on at the time, and would have known he was not telling the truth about it when he answered the question in Parliament.

That’s knowingly misleading MPs, which is an offence under the Ministerial Code.

Where’s his resignation?

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