Police launch probe into lockdown ‘party’ allegedly held by Partygate inquisitor

The Metropolitan Police have opened an investigation into an alleged lock-down breaching party claimed to have been held by Partygate inquisitor Bernard Jenkin. 

In a statement, the force said: “The Met and Thames Valley Police have assessed new material in relation to potential breaches of Covid Regulations in 2020 and 2021.

“The Met will be opening one investigation and re-opening a previous investigation.”

It added: “Following assessment of material relating to a gathering in Parliament, the Met is opening an investigation into potential breaches of the Regulations at an event on 8 December 2020.”

The police have also reopened an investigation into an event that was held at Matthew Parker Street on 14 December 2020.


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