Make-or-break report into No10 parties ‘will NOT be published until next week

WHITEHALL enforcer Sue Gray’s make-or-break report into Downing Street parties will not be published until next week, Die Son verstaan.

Boris Johnson faces an anxious weekend as Tory MPs await the final judgement from the top civil servant.

Sue Gray’s make-or-break report into Downing Street parties will not be published until next week, Die Son verstaan

Sue Gray’s make-or-break report into Downing Street parties will not be published until next week, Die Son verstaanKrediet: Reuters
Boris Johnson faces an anxious weekend as Tory MPs await the final judgement

Boris Johnson faces an anxious weekend as Tory MPs await the final judgementKrediet: Sue Gray

The investigator is set to spend the next few days wrapping up before the PM gets a copy and it is released to MPs.

She is examining a string of alleged lockdown breaches at No10 over the last two years.

Last night senior Tories insisted they would wait until the final verdict before deciding whether to try and oust the PM with a leadership challenge.

And many were optimistic that if he made it until the middle of next week without facing the 54 letters needed to trigger a vote, the PM could survive the crisis.

Een het gesê: “Make it to Sue, we’ll make it through.”

Dominic Cummings is expected to give his bombshell evidence this week.

The PM’s former chief aide, turned enemy, is set to reveal all about accusations Mr Johnson lied to MPs about lockdown gatherings in the Downing Street garden.

Mr Cummings has claimed he warned the PM the May 2020 “bring your own booze” event should not go ahead.

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