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The London Met Police is in control of handling complaints at the Downing Street Christmas party




“We can confirm that on Friday, December 17, we received a referral from the Metropolitan Police Service of a complaint about an alleged party on Downing Street in December 2020. We are evaluating it to determine what additional action may be needed, if any. “of us,” the FIPOL spokesman said in a statement.

Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb, a member of the UK Green Party, wrote a letter of complaint to the IOPC about the involvement of the Metropolitan Police in the alleged Christmas party at 10 Downing Street on December 18, 2020. Baroness Jones shared the letter in her verification. Twitter account.

“Due to the extensive police presence at 10 Downing Street, including its role in controlling all access to and from Downing Street, I believe there is a case to be held for the collaboration of Downing Street. the police in a crime or for deliberate failure to enforce regulations. law in favor of government politicians and their staff, “the letter said.

Baroness Jones also criticized the refusal of Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick to investigate the allegations after the Christmas party was reported.

prime minister Boris Johnson has been under a lot of pressure since reports of numerous social gatherings on Downing Street earlier this month, while the rest of the country was under Covid-19 restrictions.

Johnson has repeatedly stated that, as far as he knows, no rule was broken.

Downing Street has declined to comment on the allegations while they are being investigated.