No 10 partied on the eve of Prince Philip’s funeral – 27 funniest and most furious reactions
No10 holds parties against the rules.
The Sun ignores them because their Deputy Editor was there.
The Met turns a blind eye.
It’s hard to think of a clearer example of how corrupt power is protected in this country.
— David Schneider (@davidschneider) January 14, 2022
Sorry but "Wilf Johnson's Swing Set" isn't a child's plaything it's a 1940s jazz band
— Michael Docherty (@maybeavalon) January 13, 2022
It would restore both dignity to the Royal Family and integrity to politics if, at their next weekly meeting, the Queen were to sack Boris Johnson after punching him in the mouth.
— Armando Iannucci (@Aiannucci) January 14, 2022
Wonder if they poured one out for Phil
— Nish Kumar (@MrNishKumar) January 13, 2022
Jacob Rees-Mogg to call the Queen “insignificant” on the Today show
— . (@twlldun) January 13, 2022
Boris Johnson says he WAS at a lockdown party but he didn't inhale.
— Sooz Kempner (@SoozUK) January 14, 2022
Don't stop leaking this shit till there's a picture of Rees-Mogg in nipple tassles, swigging from a bottle of WKD on the cabinet table.
— Chris Addison💙 (@mrchrisaddison) January 13, 2022
How Tory prime ministers fell
Margaret Thatcher: Europe
David Cameron: Europe
Theresa May: Europe
Boris Johnson: A suitcase of wine
— Graeme Demianyk (@GraemeDemianyk) January 13, 2022
“Perhaps it would be faster if Sue Gray were to investigate the days that there weren’t parties.” — Dame Angela Eagle pic.twitter.com/C562BYD95M
— paulusthewoodgnome 💙 (@woodgnomology) January 13, 2022
You can't put a man renowned for riding roughshod over the most basic standards of common decency in Downing Street & then be shocked when he creates a government entirely in his own image.
— James Oh Brien (@mrjamesob) January 14, 2022
A day the Tories didn't have a party during lockdown is like a day DFS aren't having a sale
— joe heenan (@joeheenan) January 14, 2022
Christ, if this was what Johnson’s Downing Street was like *during* lockdown, imagine what it was like before. A Viking feast crossed with Studio 54.
— Chris Deerin (@chrisdeerin) January 14, 2022
So the Rule of Six was actually the minimum number of parties you could hold?
— Paul Keaveny (@PaulKeaveny) January 14, 2022
And also this.
Boris Johnson and the Downing Street parties, Prince Andrew, Novak Djokovic. These aren't separate stories. It's all one story: a privileged class who think they can get away with anything, suddenly finding out that they can't.
— Daragh Carville (@daraghcarville) January 14, 2022
And finally, this.
— Eddie Mair (@eddiemair) January 13, 2022
AND EVEN MORE