Here’s why the Cabinet Office referred Boris Johnson to police for MORE Covid rule breaches

Partygate: here’s a shot of Boris Johnson at a Downing Street party that took place during Covid-19 lockdown. Did he mislead Parliament about them?

This could be the stupidest blunder in a lifetime of stupid blunders for Boris Johnson.

It seems that, because his defence against allegations that he misled Parliament is being bankrolled by the public (with around a quarter of a million pounds spent so far), Johnson’s lawyers have to provide the Cabinet Office with all information relevant to his behaviour during the times concerned.

Such information was contained in his diary – but after reading it, officials reported Johnson to the police in both London and Thames Valley.

Apparently it contains information on further breaches of the rule against mixing with other people during the Covid-19 lockdowns between June 2020 and May 2021.

Both police services refer to breaches of the Health Protection Regulations.

Here’s some meat to cover the bones of this story:

Some of Johnson’s friends (yes, apparently he still has some) in the Conservative Party have come to his defence – like Ben Bradley:

So he reckons we’ve all moved on.

Some of us haven’t moved on from his libelling of Jeremy Corbyn, back in 2018 (his apology for doing so remains the most-shared tweet ever published by a Conservative MP). Or from his suggestion that the online reporter who revealed the libel should be castrated. Or, indeed, from his desire to starve hungry children by denying the extension of free school meals in holidays during the Covid-19 lockdown periods.

Perhaps Mr Bradley should have kept his mouth shut.

Then again, perhaps Johnson should have kept his mouth shut too, when he said he had no knowledge of any Covid-19 rule breaches involving him.

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