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'Crowded' parties, 'excessive' drinking: UK report into COVID gatherings blames 'senior leadership'

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Civil servant Sue Gray's inquiry blames "senior leadership" for a culture that led to lockdown-breaking parties at the UK prime minister's office and residence.

Added on the 25/05/2022 12:11:12 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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