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

  • Published on Jan 16, 2022
  • 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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Comments • 1 542

  • Daniel
    Daniel 4 months ago +277

    It's a shame it only becomes serious when Boris lies to parliament.. not the public.

    • Michael Weller
      Michael Weller 4 months ago +1

      @karl smith who cares what he looks like he needs to just go

    • karl smith
      karl smith 4 months ago

      I like the weathered hair look as PM & not The Starmer Look 🤣

    • Michael Weller
      Michael Weller 4 months ago

      @Catherine Hobbs my birthday lol

    • Catherine Hobbs
      Catherine Hobbs 4 months ago

      @Michael Weller remember remember the 5th of November

    • Michael Weller
      Michael Weller 4 months ago

      @Be Real yeah sounds good to me

  • David Ellis
    David Ellis 4 months ago +188

    When one of these parties took place in December the year before last, I was in hospital and nearly died of Covid-19. Many people lost their lives and loved ones from Covid-19, and I think it is disgusting that these parties ever took place at all. It is disrespectful to all those who have been affected. Not only should Boris Johnson be answerable, but also those who attended these ill founded events should be made answerable, too!

    • Hope springs
      Hope springs 4 months ago

      @Fish_speckle she wasn't expecting them to, she needed a doctor to arrange for palliative care at home, no one came.
      People at that time could only meet 1 other person and outside not indoors, not a hundred other people for drinks and jollies.
      Many people in this country have short and selective memories.

    • Fish_speckle
      Fish_speckle 4 months ago

      @Hope springs that isn’t a direct link to the parliament, nhs hospitals were close to full capacity and the government couldn’t have just created spaces for non covid patients

    • Natasha Israil
      Natasha Israil 4 months ago +1

      i agree

    • Ian Waghorne
      Ian Waghorne 4 months ago +2

      @Blossom why?

  • New1888
    New1888 4 months ago +712

    In no other country would this man still be in a job, embarrassing what we’ve become over the past 5-6 years.

  • Niki
    Niki 4 months ago +592

    This was why Boris was so hesitant to sack Cummings when he broke the rules, said at the time he has dirt on Boris, time will tell, and here we are

    • Hayley Rees
      Hayley Rees 4 months ago

      @Giant Dwarf567 he got sacked in the end

    • Niki
      Niki 4 months ago +1

      @Luke A and that's ok, that's your choice, but I think after watching Boris sniggering at his own despicable behaviour yesterday many of us are just becoming more angry and want all of them out, they have ruined lives and caused many unnecessary deaths these last 2 years, it's unforgivable

    • Luke A
      Luke A 4 months ago

      @david faulds That's like saying all Americans are fat, or all British are polite, it's nonsense.

  • Tracy Hunter
    Tracy Hunter 4 months ago +324

    Now we know why Boris didn't sack Cummings. He's got too much on him.

    • dermot51
      dermot51 4 months ago +1

      Cummings and Johnson will cancel each other out both their careers are over, yesterday's men.

    • Ian Waghorne
      Ian Waghorne 4 months ago +1

      @Jordan Cummings and the staff at No. 10 have had plenty of photo opportunities that can be presented and now manipulated. Let's await the findings of the inquiry

    • Jordan
      Jordan 4 months ago +2

      Everyone has broken the rules at some point

  • jon780249
    jon780249 4 months ago +52

    Has he lied to Parliament? Has he ever told the truth to Parliament?

    • Nazri Buang
      Nazri Buang 4 months ago +1

      Lies again? Is it rude to stop a live interview through video when the speaker had not yet completed message?

    • 🙋🏼‍♂️
      🙋🏼‍♂️ 4 months ago +2

      He didn't study the truth module at university, can't blame him for not knowing what that thing even is. 🤔

  • Richard Coppack
    Richard Coppack 4 months ago +131

    I don't have a great regard for Cummings but I am loving this drip drip drip.

    • Angels
      Angels 4 months ago

      I’m in two minds as it’s all becoming stupidly stressful!! We all have to brace ourselves for the next scandal… like wtf 😆

    • Richard dangler
      Richard dangler 4 months ago

      I agree. I think it’s only the tip of the iceberg.

    • Joe Breakwell
      Joe Breakwell 4 months ago +1

      I'm no Tori but seeing Cummings twisting the knife does give me some respect for the man

    • simon jones
      simon jones 4 months ago +2

      Doesn't matter why he is doing it if it's true!

  • Kathleen Kendall Jacks Grandma

    Same thing over here in the USA. The focus is on drinking parties but would people be less outraged if the gatherings were hors d'oeuvres? Imo, No, people were not allowed to have coffee together let alone drinks. 99% of people would have loved a get together but there were fines, public humiliation, quarantine. And all we hear is we are over reacting. It’s not the UK alone, it’s most “leaders” thinking they are special.

  • Ian Farrar
    Ian Farrar 4 months ago +13

    This just confirms the reason Johnson didn’t sack Cummins…he had too much on him.
    Corrupt to the core!!

  • J Gnasher
    J Gnasher 4 months ago +171

    Cummings is playing a blinder in all of this, I luv it.

    • Paul
      Paul 4 months ago +1

      @Night Owl Yeah we dont care what he says. Let him bring the evidence, such as these "photos" and its golden. Better than Eastenders.

    • Lady Macbeth 1st
      Lady Macbeth 1st 4 months ago +1

      @J1465 I concur!

    • Jasmine Bali
      Jasmine Bali 4 months ago +1

      Playing a Blinder! Needs to get his eyes tested then! Maybe take a drive in the country!

    • The Armoured Penguin
      The Armoured Penguin 4 months ago +3

      When the rats turn on each other......

    • julian sturgeon
      julian sturgeon 4 months ago +4

      Yep, better than eastenders.

  • roddy christodoulou
    roddy christodoulou 4 months ago +78

    My dad passed away from covid complications in November 2020 , my gripe is that I wasn't even able to attend the funeral as I live abroad due to covid restrictions .
    And our politicians were not abiding by the same rules as us .

    • Natasha Israil
      Natasha Israil 4 months ago

      so sorry for your loss, i agree.

    • AncientAbsWisdom
      AncientAbsWisdom 4 months ago +2

      So sorry for your loss.

    • Joe M
      Joe M 4 months ago +4

      How awful sorry for your loss. Honestly this government should be ashamed

  • goldeneddie
    goldeneddie 4 months ago +19

    And once again, nobody addresses the massive elephant in the room: how come these people were unafraid of infection, when they told us that just breathing from 6 feet away could 'kill granny'? Surely the point isn't ignoring the rules, but how come they could just ignore covid?

    • Natasha Israil
      Natasha Israil 4 months ago +1

      @Kat Adam dont think so.... evidence is pointing in an entirely different way....

    • Kat Adam
      Kat Adam 4 months ago

      One reason could be that early medication’s that we already have an existence can work monoclonal antibodies And antivirals antihistamine steroids secondary bacterial infection antibiotics and any clotting starts anti-clotting medication

    • Natasha Israil
      Natasha Israil 4 months ago +1

      Spot on!!! let them have this diversion, our questions will still need to be answered

  • Shakila Yousif
    Shakila Yousif 4 months ago +89

    Furious! I feel physically sick…I lost my grandad, not allowed to be with him in final moments or at the funeral….!!!! I’ve never hated anyone in my life….I cannot forgive him not even look at him…

    • Hayley Rees
      Hayley Rees 4 months ago

      @Fiddle Castro how many were in that party out of curiosity. Was it by invitation or were they already in work

    • Adam Brickley
      Adam Brickley 4 months ago +2

      @Antony Stringfellow Yeah i agree. Its a prob a little bit to abstract for a lot of people though.

    • Antony Stringfellow
      Antony Stringfellow 4 months ago +9

      Sorry about your loss but much worse than these parties is the fact that many died because the government decided giving public money to their friends was more important than saving lives.
      While UK PPE companies were selling their products to foreign governments, the UK government was giving money to people who had no connection to or experience with PPE production.
      I'm a little surprised that these criminal acts, that resulted in many deaths, are not seen by the British public as being more important.

  • Shelly Allen
    Shelly Allen 4 months ago +109

    Come on Cummings spill the beans. There's more to this than parties. As much as I dislike Cummings, I love how they will all throw each other under the Bus.

    • SAHBfan
      SAHBfan 4 months ago +3

      I really hope he has saved the best till last - and he has a real biggy up his sleeve...

    • Jasmine Bali
      Jasmine Bali 4 months ago +1

      Never mind The Bus! Team Britain needs a New Coach!

    • JoelJoel321
      JoelJoel321 4 months ago +3

      Under a Brexit bus with another great big lie on the side.

    • patrick connor
      patrick connor 4 months ago +5

      I said it when dom got the heave..."watch this space...lots more to come"...would be good if the weasel took down big dog...

  • Hermopolis Amun
    Hermopolis Amun 4 months ago +7

    Saying "Bring your own booze" that's so it keeps it under the radar, knowing it was wrong to be holding partys

  • Caroline Mc Carney
    Caroline Mc Carney 4 months ago +30

    Cummings will destroy boris and good for him keep going cummings bring them all down

  • De Doc
    De Doc 4 months ago +45

    Lol. He lies to parliament every week.. Never held accountable...

    KARL SILCOCK 4 months ago +12

    Why am I not surprised anymore by anything this government does. Also am I the only person who thinks listening to so many top Tories talking about waiting for Sue Gray's inquiry is looking more and more like the whole thing is going to be a whitewash.

    • Jeremy Smith
      Jeremy Smith 4 months ago +1

      Sue Gray's claim to fame was lobbying to block freedom of information requests.

  • Susan Honegger
    Susan Honegger 4 months ago +30

    What I understand from this Sky News segment is that they are saying it's ok to lie to the public but it's a crime to lie to parliament???

  • Manoo42
    Manoo42 4 months ago +11

    At the same time people were fined for sitting on a park bench!!

  • Miranda Dunsmore-Gladue
    Miranda Dunsmore-Gladue 4 months ago +18

    He lied to the queens face...and here people are surprised he lied again 🤦‍♀️

  • Eric Wedin
    Eric Wedin 4 months ago +17

    With friends like Dominic C one does not need any enemies😂😂

  • jjeffery worboys
    jjeffery worboys 4 months ago +20


    • Dipo Ogunmodede
      Dipo Ogunmodede 4 months ago

      He should have been fired then but he had seen too much apparently

    • caren
      caren 4 months ago

      Yes also GSK on the same road as Barnard Castle.
      Was doms mum a director on pharma?.
      Could he have been to big pharma ?

    • You Tube
      You Tube 4 months ago +2

      I think Boris has beaten him hands down, Boris is a serial offender.

  • Johnny Rockabilly
    Johnny Rockabilly 4 months ago +157

    It's not about the party it's about lying to parliament that's more serious

    • Bono
      Bono 4 months ago

      @Skylar Jones what’s your solution? I didn’t vote for him but it’s outside of my control and not worth my time worrying about.

    • smells like thin ice
      smells like thin ice 4 months ago

      Oh really...not about vulnerable people dying in care homes, or no PPE, or 36 billion on a track and trace, or millions in croney contracts...but lying to parliament is very naughty.

    • Skylar Jones
      Skylar Jones 4 months ago

      @Bono it always mattered to me, long before he became PM! However, it's an infinite source of frustration to know that it doesn't seem to matter to others! I mean really- a PM that regularly lies to parliament and to the public but laughs it off as though it's no big deal - and people going along with that?!

    • robert campbell
      robert campbell 4 months ago +1

      @Bono how operation save big dog going, there is no excuse for hypocrisy when it involves the extermination of human rights and more generally... humans...

  • Yakov Shani
    Yakov Shani 4 months ago +45

    Cummings is out for blood and he'll get it. What goes around comes around. BoJo showed him the door, told him to get out immediately and not to come back. BoJo will be closing the door very shortly, from the outside.

  • You Tube
    You Tube 4 months ago +20

    I wouldn't put Boris in charge of looking after the coats at one of Clowning Street's parties.

    • Jasmine Bali
      Jasmine Bali 4 months ago +1

      Never mind The Coats!. Just JACKET in Boris!

    • Lorraine
      Lorraine 4 months ago +1


  • Winston Smith
    Winston Smith 4 months ago +62

    Dominic Cummings is a perfect example of how these psychopaths will stab each other in the back if they feel it will help them.

    • caren
      caren 4 months ago

      Honest Dom !! He has no credibilty

    • caren
      caren 4 months ago

      Honest Cummings
      For someone who waited over a year how underhand.
      Hes just a liar the same

    • kit burrell
      kit burrell 4 months ago

      It's what politics has and will be all about unfortunately

  • SteveL
    SteveL 4 months ago +15

    They're just setting everyone up for the new "team" ... cos the old teams had already lost the trust of the public.

    • Natasha Israil
      Natasha Israil 4 months ago

      the new team better get ready for a few surprises, half the reason they're hanging on is so they can massage statistics and shred evidence

  • Ben
    Ben 4 months ago +38

    Never have I ever been so embarrassed to live in this country as I have in the last month.

  • Rahere
    Rahere 4 months ago +8

    Yes, Cummings is accurate, a good few people were after a purge of the apparatchiks at the time. Many who were are either backbenched or gone completely. I've never been a parliamentarian, but I am a Tier One Constitutional Lawyer known to John Bercow.

  • Glenn Cheatham
    Glenn Cheatham 4 months ago +98

    How can anyone still give this LIAR the benefit of the doubt?? Shameless.

    • TheVicar
      TheVicar 4 months ago

      @j bh They're both liars. The difference is that Cummings lost his job because Carrie didn't like him, its just Johnson's turn to lose his job for lying to the country. Again...

  • World of AMEISO
    World of AMEISO 4 months ago +11

    Although Boris should carry the can (no pun intended) anybody who attended the party is equally at fault. Everybody has responsibility for themselves and if they broke the rules they should all be prosecuted, including Cummings,

    • Natasha Israil
      Natasha Israil 4 months ago

      agreed, and all who knew..... we were advised to snitch on our own neighbours dont forget.

    • Dipo Ogunmodede
      Dipo Ogunmodede 4 months ago

      Not really, they're not the prime minister who crested the rules they were inviting people to break so what'd with the false equivalence?

  • paul grenville robinson
    paul grenville robinson 4 months ago +52

    In any other walk of life, job wise, Johnson would have been sacked. Also, what other workplace allows alcohol on site, let alone, drinking on site.

    • jjeffery worboys
      jjeffery worboys 4 months ago +1

      @Mark Banner It was always so in Banking in the City. Solicitors usually have a well stocked drinks cabinet. I almost forgot, so does the Catholic church !

    • ThankYou God
      ThankYou God 4 months ago +1

      Hedge Funds stock FREE alcohol in staff refrigerator and drink it during work hours.

    • Orson Cart
      Orson Cart 4 months ago

      If your job is to persuade people to do dodgy things what better way to do it than get them per hissed at an illegal party, breaking their own rules.

    • mydogeatspuke
      mydogeatspuke 4 months ago

      Pubs, restaurants, cinemas?

    • Alex McLennan
      Alex McLennan 4 months ago +2

      @Mark Banner lol doesn't look lol that deflection is working with the wider public, unlucky gammon.

  • Anthony charles
    Anthony charles 4 months ago +92

    This guy needs to be careful, and if I was him I wouldn't be taking any trips around Paris in a black Merc 😂

    • Peacewalker
      Peacewalker 4 months ago

      He might have to… just to test his eyesight lol

    • Rob H
      Rob H 4 months ago

      Cummings needless betrayal of the office of PM may not go unnoticed by the security services, who traditionally place the value of life below that of keeping one's mouth shut.

    • The Occupier
      The Occupier 4 months ago

      That sinister 'Spitting Image' puppet of Cummings is more of a likeness than I imagined - in fact it is almost the real thing

    • Karen Cullen
      Karen Cullen 4 months ago +1

      Yeah going through any tunnels 🥴🥴

    • bob tudbury
      bob tudbury 4 months ago +1

      phillip's gone!

    BD INSIDER 4 months ago +4

    Steve Baker is a honourable man, he would make a excellent Primeminister.

  • William Millard
    William Millard 4 months ago +6

    The focus is very much on discrediting the current leadership, not on suggesting any better possible alternatives..

  • StonedWindow GAMING
    StonedWindow GAMING 4 months ago +26

    throw the guy a leaving party and he'll still turn up to the office on Monday

  • D1N0 ALG
    D1N0 ALG 4 months ago +71

    Here we have Japans prime minister resigning over a health concern but BoJo gripping his role as tightly as possible - even if on his death bed

    • Creating Calm
      Creating Calm 4 months ago

      @Aisha Arshad Alam nonsense. They use ivermectim. Ask the Japanese prisoners of war about their honor. My dad was one

    • Mark Wallace
      Mark Wallace 4 months ago +2

      Japan have all but stopped the vaccine

    • Natasha Israil
      Natasha Israil 4 months ago +1

      I love the Japanese prime minister

    • Creating Calm
      Creating Calm 4 months ago +2

      @Aisha Arshad Alam like all groups. Only when it suits them

    • Aisha Arshad Alam
      Aisha Arshad Alam 4 months ago +25

      Well, Japan is known for having honour embedded in their culture and values. Britain clearly doesn't.

  • Mr M
    Mr M 4 months ago +44

    It's like watching a Netflix series play out in real life.....

    • Ich Heisse Max
      Ich Heisse Max 4 months ago +3

      No one, not even the greatest satirists alive at the moment could write this.

  • Greta Thunberg
    Greta Thunberg 4 months ago +33

    Can't Boris just be honest for once ...

    • Dean Latimer
      Dean Latimer 4 months ago

      it's not in his blood

    • You Tube
      You Tube 4 months ago

      No, he's a Tory.

    • 247marquis
      247marquis 4 months ago +2

      The problem is he has told that many lies, he doesn't know what the truth is anymore.
      Everything is one big story mashed up together

    • Roger Burn
      Roger Burn 4 months ago

      No chance

    • Paul Lacey
      Paul Lacey 4 months ago


  • mzdeeify
    mzdeeify 4 months ago +52

    Every single one of them that was there should loose their jobs.

    • Kevin Beck
      Kevin Beck 4 months ago +1

      @Galerak Yes if it would have been the likes of us, we would have all been dismissed from our jobs

    • Galerak
      Galerak 4 months ago

      @Kevin Beck I haven't seen a list of names for that party or the one in the cellar. Funny that innit. It's like they know they did wrong and now they're trying to hide.

    • Kevin Beck
      Kevin Beck 4 months ago +1

      Correct, we would not have lasted the week, funny how none of them have said yes i was there

  • Rob Butler
    Rob Butler 4 months ago +1

    If I recommended that someone didn't do something like that I would have emailed so that there is written evidence that this was sent. Would be interested to see if Cummings emailed it

  • Simon P Kiss
    Simon P Kiss 4 months ago +1

    Wow, the PM gave a green light for the booze to be brought in and the party to begin.😳

  • KingKessarTheGreat
    KingKessarTheGreat 4 months ago +11

    Just forget about parties just fire the guy already

  • Medieval Folk Dance
    Medieval Folk Dance 4 months ago +51

    Italy had Berlusconi, we have Boris. The only difference being Belusconi admitted to the parties.

    • Dominic Toci
      Dominic Toci 4 months ago +1

      Berlusconi didn’t hold parties whilst in lockdown!

    • Natasha Israil
      Natasha Israil 4 months ago +1


    • Loredana Tagliaferri
      Loredana Tagliaferri 4 months ago +2

      Unfortunately Berlusconi now is going out of his way to become president!!!! Unbelievable....

  • Maria Star
    Maria Star 4 months ago +5

    Funny it’s taken Cummings nearly 2 years to bring all this out into the open … doesn’t make him look good
    Embittered ex employee

    • Kaylied Gamer
      Kaylied Gamer 4 months ago +1

      Prolly already tried the blackmail route ...

  • Stephen Farthing
    Stephen Farthing 4 months ago +4

    Hmph! Dominic Cummings has only demonstratably shown how duplicitous he is! I have never liked him and equally pronounced as my distrust of our current PM. I trust neither of them!!

  • David Rose
    David Rose 4 months ago +33

    He’s got away with lying to Parliament on other occasions. It seems to be no big deal to big dog.

    • Frederick Magill
      Frederick Magill 4 months ago +1

      'big Dog" snollygoster a more appropriate name. An old Etonian snollygosyer.

  • Octavius Sludberry
    Octavius Sludberry 4 months ago +18

    Trying to distract us with the licence fee thing won't work.
    Every person who attended should be fined, like all the others who broke the lockdown rules, and all the money should go to the NHS.
    The police who let the people in should also be held accountable.

  • Matthew Smith
    Matthew Smith 4 months ago +8

    Would loved to have been a fly on the Wall at the meeting between Gray and Johnson

    • Stuart F
      Stuart F 4 months ago +3

      If there was such a meeting Matthew?

  • RegisteredGamer420
    RegisteredGamer420 4 months ago +21

    Boris has to be one of the most famous drug addicts. There's no other explanation for his actions.

  • A-B
    A-B 4 months ago +32

    We need a political reform i swear. If this was germany he would be gone

    • Steve Fraser
      Steve Fraser 4 months ago

      We'd also have 1 million unregistered refugees....

    • Natasha Israil
      Natasha Israil 4 months ago

      i've been blogging about this for a few years now, we need a peoples union and a peoples fund. These politicians forget they are public servants, if we had a peoples union, they would be more answerable to us as a nation. We could remove certain things like their ability to be paid for knighthoods ets, and independant watchdog, and we'd have our own money too...... if we were hiring people to run a business, would we employ any of these people, I think not.

    • Paul
      Paul 4 months ago +1

      Get rid of first past the post for a start. Gives Labour and Conservatives too much power for getting such a low percentage of votes (relative). Bit of competition might make them actually need to reform.

    • Chris Faers
      Chris Faers 4 months ago

      Not just Germany; any other country other than America and he’d probably be gone. But a lot of other world leaders would have the common decency to not need kicking out and would walk

  • Graham Gottard
    Graham Gottard 4 months ago +83

    Monty Python script writers couldn't have bettered this little debacle. Cleese, Palin, Idle etc would have had a ball acting this out. Maybe a new series of Fawlty Towers filmed inside number 10?

    • P Heart
      P Heart 4 months ago

      The Life of Boris.

    • Natasha Israil
      Natasha Israil 4 months ago

      great idea!!!

    • Lewis Hardy
      Lewis Hardy 4 months ago

      Never seen The Thick of It? its exactly what goes on in number 10 ahaha absolute chimps behind the controls

    • Montythedug
      Montythedug 4 months ago

      @J Rivett FFS! Prime Minister

    • antwango
      antwango 4 months ago

      Fawlty Gov? Fawlty 10? 10 fawlty street??? johnson playing himself.... he wouldnt know if it was a set or a workevent anyway.... add in frank spencer, hugh grant, mr bean and dig up benny hill oh add in trump and scott mcborrisson

  • dazzaburger
    dazzaburger 4 months ago +20

    That’s the problem with our country we’ve lost our backbone there nothing in place to protect us when corruption occurs

    • Zoë and the family Purdie-Wood
      Zoë and the family Purdie-Wood 4 months ago +1

      The only difference is we accept it, time and again. Would French citizens be at home rolling their eyes or commenting on TheXvid?

    • jjeffery worboys
      jjeffery worboys 4 months ago +1

      Corruption occurs in every walk of life, it's endemic. The only difference is the scale.

  • Michael Goode
    Michael Goode 4 months ago +7

    Johnson is clinging on like an unpleasant dangleberry.

  • Tony Carter
    Tony Carter 4 months ago +5

    Dominic Cummings the man who drove 400 miles on the motorway to test his eyesight during lockdown, totally discredited !!!

  • Daniel Ware
    Daniel Ware 4 months ago +71

    Alexander 'boris' Johnson simply doesn't believe any rules apply to him, until they do they won't and he'll get away with it

    • Derek Ambler
      Derek Ambler 4 months ago

      Why not put the Family name 'Alexander Kemal' ?

    • Natasha Israil
      Natasha Israil 4 months ago

      he actually smirks when he answers too..... he cant help it

    • Andrew Maginnes
      Andrew Maginnes 4 months ago

      Absolutely agree. It’s right out of the Trump playbook and for some reason it seems to work every single time.

    • Andrew Wilkins
      Andrew Wilkins 4 months ago +1

      @J C er yes

  • DDJF
    DDJF 4 months ago +60

    Breaking news Borris walks away with no criminal charges!

    • Wai Kin Tang
      Wai Kin Tang 4 months ago +1

      Violate the ordinance not criminal law.

    • FRJ Today
      FRJ Today 4 months ago +2

      Breaking news he may have lied to Britain but he hasn’t broken any laws

  • Joseph Jackson
    Joseph Jackson 4 months ago +33

    We are only human he says people make mistakes" we couldn't tell the judge that.being rich has exemptshons.

    • jjeffery worboys
      jjeffery worboys 4 months ago +2

      Being rich buys much better legal representation. The law is no different, the best story teller wins the day.

  • dave bento
    dave bento 4 months ago +8

    As Cummuings was in his job at the time will Gray be interviewing and including the evidence from Mr Cummings and the people to whom Mr Cummings refers ?

  • sutats
    sutats 4 months ago +1

    Everybody loves a work event. Imagine the tax expense claims that might come out of it.

  • patrick terrett
    patrick terrett 4 months ago +1

    I had such respect for Dominic in the early days as he trued to change the way forward but now may respect has gone as he is a bitter man undoing all the good work he did.

  • Gooniessss
    Gooniessss 4 months ago +2

    Yeah because nobody where I live was having parties and constantly breaking the rules.

  • Alan Hollands
    Alan Hollands 4 months ago +21

    Oh come on now! After getting a superb education in honesty & dignity from his respected Father how could anyone even suggest such a disgusting thing.The mind boggles.

  • barrie Williams
    barrie Williams 4 months ago +34

    I've said all along that Boris is not MP material. He is like an overgrown schoolboy!

    • jjeffery worboys
      jjeffery worboys 4 months ago

      Dianne Abbot as a mother law would be my worst nightmare. Give me Boris every time.

  • John Reece
    John Reece 4 months ago +4

    Not that I support Boris in any way shape or form but to take Cummings word for anything is a bit rich considering what happened with him !!

  • S R
    S R 4 months ago +1

    I love how they forgot that Dominic Cummings is as much as a narcissist as they are to turn on them in a second and kick them when they are down.

  • woodhouse woodhouse
    woodhouse woodhouse 4 months ago +11

    We all.know that boris wouldn't have locked down or closed anything and let us all out to party and carried on regardless but boris isn't in charge he just does as he's told and keeps taking the payments

  • Chris
    Chris 4 months ago +7

    Just shows how snakey they all are, Boris wiped Dominic’s 30k council tax bill clean then Dominic stabs him in the back, just shows how fake they are all, they’re all the same, tories I mean.

  • M J Stefánsson
    M J Stefánsson 4 months ago +5

    I want to know who is paying for all this wine and crates of Moet ? The taxpayer???

  • Alibobs Marland
    Alibobs Marland 4 months ago +12

    Time to oust the oaf. A national embarrassment.

  • Peter Young
    Peter Young 4 months ago +5

    So just checking do people believe that the guy who travelled during lockdown said no to the party? No, didn't think so.

    • Stuart Agnew
      Stuart Agnew 4 months ago

      So that means it's OK then because Cummings went also

  • TravelWell
    TravelWell 4 months ago +2

    Is that Dominic Cummings who wrote a blog post and then changed the date on it to make it look like he predicted covid
    I doubt very much that he raised safety concerns.

  • A Name
    A Name 4 months ago +1

    i low key love watching them turn against each other like 🐀’s 😂

  • optimistic gal
    optimistic gal 4 months ago +8

    And another question. These different functions were drinks claimed on expenses?

    • Natasha Israil
      Natasha Israil 4 months ago

      Your comment should be at the top of the list! the answer is probably yes!

  • Arnish Turn around
    Arnish Turn around 4 months ago +4

    OMG more great news for Boris Johnson!!

  • Joseph Jackson
    Joseph Jackson 4 months ago +5

    Many people must be refunded ,all those fines,but not 1 for Boris.

  • Cea Saddict
    Cea Saddict 4 months ago +2

    Are we just going to forget that Cummings ignored the rules too?

  • marie dawson
    marie dawson 4 months ago +3

    Cummings, when he left No10 as an ex-employee should have had a restraining order placed on him.

  • andrew adam
    andrew adam 4 months ago +5

    good old dom, sticking it to bojo at every turn, calling boris a liar...........tell us something we dont all know dom !

  • Chris
    Chris 4 months ago +3

    Why aren't all the people who've spend the last 2 years informing us via youtube that they've never followed covid restrictions not coming out in support of Johnsons partying?

    • ChArG1nMaLAZ0R
      ChArG1nMaLAZ0R 4 months ago

      because they dont care? its a complete non story in their eyes.

    • jjeffery worboys
      jjeffery worboys 4 months ago +2

      Together with all the small business owners who gratefully accepted the grants and all those who sat at home on furlough and getting paid for it.
      People are such hypocrites.

  • Chris P
    Chris P 4 months ago +17

    Boris shouldn’t have started telling us lies when he was caught. No shame and no style. Resign Johnson.

  • Marie Bussell
    Marie Bussell 4 months ago +3

    Have we forgotten Mr Cummins drove how many miles to see if his eye sight was working. How dare he put other road users at risk. And of course he drove out of London to his second home when he should have stayed at his 1st home. Who lies!!!!!!

    • Alan Harding
      Alan Harding 4 months ago

      Well, Boris does !!!!!!!

    • Mike Kelly
      Mike Kelly 4 months ago

      Both of them, but only one does it from the front bench.

  • Billy Batts
    Billy Batts 4 months ago

    Amazing this is happening now when a significant number of care workers are going to be replaced with asylum seekers. But this is the 247 story.... Also distracting from expenses, the immigration budget going over 1 million per day, the EU carbon tax pricing plan con and so on and so on....

  • You Tube
    You Tube 4 months ago +33

    How much longer are the British public going to allow Boris to take them for complete & utter fools. First Brexit & now this, he's made us all look fools on the world stage time & time again.

    • I don't think so
      I don't think so 4 months ago +2

      Brexit... so your a remoaner? Don't say the British public because they voted for brexit.

    • ChArG1nMaLAZ0R
      ChArG1nMaLAZ0R 4 months ago +1

      Do people not get bored of being outraged by politicians lol.

    • Cooee Chris
      Cooee Chris 4 months ago +2

      It's the same here in oz too, they are all corrupt! Time to GO,

  • AndyRob
    AndyRob 4 months ago +1

    Oh of course we can trust everything Dominic says! Hey Sky, is this a case of my enemy is not friends when we both hate the same person?

  • Charlotte Marceau
    Charlotte Marceau 4 months ago

    "A big lockdown cricket" is what made the pandemic worthwhile.

  • Hywel Thomas
    Hywel Thomas 4 months ago +1

    Said by the man who drove 300 hundred miles to 'test his eyesight'. Sounds legit.

  • Vicky witton
    Vicky witton 4 months ago

    It's about time PMs and MPs were held to the same standards everyone else has to hold. They should stop acting like the rules don't apply to them, only then will we start to trust them again

  • Skylar Jones
    Skylar Jones 4 months ago

    Of *course* Johnson knew about the Reynolds email invite! As a former parliamentary private secretary said, "it's inconceivable" he wouldn't have known; besides, the party happened in 10 Downing Street: how would Johnson have not known about that for goodness sakes?! And Johnson has lied to parliament many many times!

  • Alex Alexander
    Alex Alexander 4 months ago

    From now on, when someone mentions the Conservative Party, I'm going to have to ask for clarification as to what they mean.

  • Jon
    Jon 4 months ago +2

    What people need to understand is Cummings didn't go willingly, I fully believe the information he provides is true, he wants to screw Boris over and knows full well he's got enough to get the job done

  • Robert Lockwood
    Robert Lockwood 4 months ago +5

    Boris accused of lying by an even bigger liar with a longer nose.

  • Kaylied Gamer
    Kaylied Gamer 4 months ago +2

    ... in Dom we trust... 🤣🤣🤣 media are so two faced they couldn't look themselves straight in a hall of mirrors... 🤣

  • Don't believe the hype
    Don't believe the hype 4 months ago +10

    Like a remix of SHAGGY'S old song "It wasn't me"
    DC came in and he caught me red-handed
    Sneaking with the drinks next door.
    He caught me boozing by the counter (It wasn't me)
    He saw me drinking on the sofa (It wasn't me)
    We even danced in the disco (It wasn't me)
    He saw me sloshed me on the camera (It wasn't me)
    He saw receipts from the Co-op (It wasn't me)
    He saw my invite to the party (It wasn't me)
    He heard the DJ play it louder (It wasn't me).......................

  • Pierce Leo Sumner
    Pierce Leo Sumner 4 months ago +33

    It's time for him to go the world has no need for corrupt public servants .

    • Pierce Leo Sumner
      Pierce Leo Sumner 4 months ago

      Question why do people feel they need someone over them ? An they don't care if their corrupt are not as long as they have someone. Today's public servants sees themselves as gods rules religion totalitarianism

    • Mezzo
      Mezzo 4 months ago

      And replace him with who?

    • Pierce Leo Sumner
      Pierce Leo Sumner 4 months ago

      Then let it fall we all should be tired of corrupt public servants

    • jjeffery worboys
      jjeffery worboys 4 months ago +2

      It can't function without them, there would be no one left.

  • Juice
    Juice 4 months ago +8

    One of the most powerful men in the world brought to his knees by a blog. LOL

  • Oscar Buglass
    Oscar Buglass 4 months ago +2

    Can we all thank Cummings for his help along the way the past several months

    • Oscar Buglass
      Oscar Buglass 4 months ago

      @James Golbey who even cares if he’s guilty as well

  • Sir Chris Witless, jesuit puppet

    We must really thank the UK'S Behavioural Insights Team and their team of online influencers for their part in molding the behaviour of the british public. Also not forgetting the british army's 77th brigade of the 6th (United Kingdom) Division, 13th Signal Rregiment, GCHQ, The Tavistock institute, The Tony Blair Institute to Global Change and SAGE psychologists as well as many others I've not mentioned. Their tactics, tenacity and their overall ability to control the narrative by way of various programming techniques and by flagging and removing dangerous content, comments and misinformation online, is what is really helping us to achieve our overall agenda.

  • nichotto
    nichotto 4 months ago

    The definition of pointlessness: Sue Gray interviewing Johnson and expecting anything but lies and half truths.