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Sue Gray planning to name No 10 Covid rule-breakers

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Sue Gray planning to name No 10 Covid rule-breakers



Sue Gray wants to name top officials who broke Covid rules at lockdown parties in and around Downing Street.

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The senior civil servant is now free to publish her full report on the parties after the Metropolitan Police wound up their investigation.

The Met have not named any of the 83 individuals who have been fined.

But Ms Gray is contacting the ones she wants to name, ahead of the publication of her report, which is expected to be next week.

Those expected to be named by Ms Gray have been given until 5pm on Sunday to respond to information she intends to publish about them, it is understood.

The prime minister is expected to be among 30 people she is contacting.

Boris Johnson said it would be "entirely up to Sue Gray" whom she names when publishing her report, adding: "fingers crossed, that will be very soon."

Shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper said Mr Johnson had shown a "lack of leadership," and he should take "personal responsibility" for what happened.

Downing Street last month revealed that Mr Johnson, his wife Carrie, and Chancellor Rishi Sunak were fined for breaking Covid laws at a June 2020 birthday party for Mr Johnson in No 10.

It had been widely expected the PM could be fined again over other parties, but he has been told he will face no further action.

The Met has revealed some officials are facing fines for being at a party in the No 10 garden in May 2020 attended by Mr Johnson, for which he did not receive a fine.