“Birget”: After Downing Street parties, there’s a new controversy in the UK

"Birget": After Downing Street parties, there's a new controversy in the UK

In the UK, it is the opposition leader’s turn to be investigated by the police for alleged violations of detention rules. The police announcement cooled the celebration of Labour, which won local elections in England and Wales.

In England, Labor elected over 2,000 local MPs and conquered five more municipalities, three of them in Greater London and important Conservative strongholds. Boris Johnson’s party elected about 1,000 delegates and lost at least 10 municipalities.

Controversy over parties in Downing Street during lockdown, combined with cost of life crisis, Voting for Conservative candidates will be affected, The British prime minister admits it could have been better.

As for Leader of the Opposition Keir Starmer, he is only thinking about the next legislative election. With no time to fire the rocket, the count was still halfway and the bucket of cold water arrived.

Police have confirmed that Keir starrer is also being investigated For alleged violation of imprisonment rules.

is at stake dinner with party officials While campaigning for the mid-term elections in April last year. At a time when the law prohibited gatherings in closed spaces, except for work reasons, an argument that the opposition leader uses.

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