No 10 apologizes to the Queen for the holidays on the eve of Prince Philip’s funeral | News

No 10 was forced to apologize to the Queen after it emerged two parties had been held in Downing Street on the eve of the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral.

The Prime Minister said it was “deeply regrettable” that the celebrations had taken place, but insisted he was unaware of the events at the time.

The Head of Government’s unit tasked with implementing Covid restrictions also today apologized for hosting another ‘boozy’ party on a different date to mark his departure from public service.

The day before Prince Philip’s funeral in April last year, revelers spilled wine on carpets, danced into the early hours and drove to a supermarket to fill a suitcase with alcohol for the holiday.

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