The Sue Gray Report has today (25/05/2022) been released. We publish the full report here in preparation for our review and further investigation into the alleged cover up by Met Police of further offences committed by Boris Johnson and other senior public officials.
On 8 December 2021 the Prime Minister asked the Cabinet Secretary to carry out an investigation into allegations reported in the media relating to gatherings in No10 Downing Street and the Department for Education during November and December 2020.
On 17 December 2021 the Cabinet Secretary recused himself from the investigation as a result of allegations concerning an online quiz held by his private office in the Cabinet Office on 17 December 2020 in 70 Whitehall.
The Sue Gray report was delayed substantially by a mooted Met Police investigation resulting in 126 FPNs being issued. The police investigation was a sham, and Intelligence UK International has lodged a formal complaint with the Major of London and with the Met Police in relation to allegations that they and senior public officials have perverted the course of justice.
Read our compelling article “Partygate turns Jailgate” detailing the gatherings Boris Johnson and his wife attended in breach of the Coronavirus Act 2020 restrictions which create criminal offences for breaches of a direction issued under Section 22, Part 2 of the Act.