Boris Johnson claims that Downing Street does not block the name from Sue Gray’s report

Boris Johnson insisted he wouldn’t block the name in Sue Gray’s research report to the party gate, and said he was “looking forward” to see it “immediately.”

The Prime Minister said he was “extremely grateful” for the Metropolitan Police Department’s investigation, which ended with a 126 fine for the blockade breach at Downing Street and Whitehall.

Despite being believed to have attended multiple rule-breaking events, Johnson was asked to answer how he escaped with a single Fixed Penalty Notice (FPN).

Further details of the potentially damaging, including the names of some of the people who attended the rally, will be announced in a report from senior civil servant Ms. Gray.

Sources close to the survey expect some individuals to mention that the survey will be published early next week and their involvement will be communicated over the weekend.

Johnson refused to apologize again for the No. 10 rule violation when he visited the Hilltop Honey factory in Newtown, Powys, Wales on Friday.

Instead, he states:

“I have to wait for Sue Gray to report. The fingers will cross soon. I’ll talk a little more next week.”

Asked if No 10 would block the display of names, he said: Next week. “

PA media