Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak fined
They both broke the law, partying in Downing Street
In the week that members of his cabinet and MPs have been accused of tax avoidance and found guilty child sexual abuse, Boris Johnson has now been found to be the first sitting Prime Minister in history to have broken the law. The Government is mired in sleaze, corruption and law breaking and is not fit to lead us through the domestic and international crises we face.
He has broken the law, the Chancellor has broken the law, the Home Secretary is a proven bully and Conservative MPs must remove them. Rule breakers can't be rule makers. For the good of the country, Parliament must be recalled and they must face a confidence vote.
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The Metropolitan Police have issued 30 more fixed penalty notices to individuals - that's 50 in total - in response to the Downing Street party scandal and today it was confirmed that the two most senior members of the government are among them.
When news of the scandal first broke last year, the Prime Minister was quick to deny that any rule-breaking occurred. As new evidence came to light Boris Johnson repeated this claim in what some now say was a deliberate attempt to mislead parliament.
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Add your name to the petition and share it with your friends and family. They partied while the rest of us stuck to the rules, while we put our lives on hold and while many of us lost loved ones. Then they lied, and have been found out.
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