Dominic Cummings says PM agreed ‘bring your own booze’ party should go ahead

Boris Johnson’s ex-top aide Dominic Cummings has accused the Prime Minister of lying to parliament about parties in Downing Street.

Referring to the “bring your own booze” party organised by principal private secretary Martin Reynolds on 20 May 2020, Mr Cummings said the Prime Minister had agreed the party should go ahead.

At least two other people had said the party should not happen, the former aide said.

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