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First ever Partygate video revealed as Tories drink, dance and laugh at Covid rules

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The Tories face the threat of new Partygate police probe as previously unseen footage shows staff boozing, dancing and mocking lockdown laws at the height of Covid.

A bombshell video exposes for the first time how officials joked about their lockdown rule-bending Christmas bash at the Conservative Campaign Headquarters in London.

At least 24 revellers were there and, shockingly, they include two named on ex-PM Boris Johnson’s controversial resignation honours list.

In the exclusive footage, two dancers even twirl past a sign saying “Please keep your distance”.

It will infuriate families who lost relatives in Covid and will reignite criticism of Mr Johnson just days after he was slammed for misleading MPs over parties at No10.


Michael Gove says sorry over Tory lockdown party video


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Not so much bonfire of the vanities, as of the hypocrites.

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Conservative activists filmed dancing at a Christmas party during Covid restrictions in 2020 were invited to "jingle and mingle", according to an invitation seen by the BBC.

Thirty people were invited to the 14 December event at Conservative party headquarters.

At the time London was under Tier-2 restrictions which banned indoor socialising.

Police are reviewing video of the event first published by the Mirror.


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The worst aspect of this is that it has handed ammunition to the CTs who claim that Covid didn't exist, or if it did, it was not fatal. They now claim that those 'in the know' knew it was safe to ignore the warnings.

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