Would you support a resignation from Boris? Share your thoughts with us

By Olivia Rose Fox

Whilst speaking at PMQs today, Boris Johnson admitted that he attended the now controversial No 10 party.

The event took place during the first lockdown in May 2020 following an email invitation that was sent to 100 people.

The Prime Minister's admittance came to light House of Commons today (Wednesday, January 12), although he claimed he believed it was solely a work event before offering a "heartfelt apology".

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A visibly disappointed Keir Starmer, leader of the Labour Party, said the PM should "do the decent thing and resign".

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The British public's anger towards the controversial party has been building after witnesses revealed that both Boris and his wife, Carrie, were just two event attendees of around 30 people at the event that took place in May 2020.

No 10 says that it is still awaiting the results of an inquiry into the matter, by Sue Gray, and up until this afternoon, Boris had not previously admitted to, nor denied, his attendance.

Now, we want to know what you, our readers make of his stance, and ask you the question - do you think Boris Johnson should resign from his role as Prime Minister?

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