Dozens of people demonstrated dressed as Boris Johnson in protest at parties during confinement

Boris Johnson in the spotlight of controversy today at great Britain it includes Europe. Such as image damage caused by games Downing Street you Westminster continued in all press, more and more events with ironic and dramatic backdrops appeared.

during this friday dozens of people dressed in mockery imitation of Prime Minister Boris Johnson and gather outside Downing Street to dance satirically imitating Johnson. The protesters wore blonde wigs and dark suits, and— drink beer and wine while they dance to ‘techno’ music in the background.

The music’s lyrics mainly make up the “my name is Boris” chorus and they make references in the chant to the excuses Johnson made for the party being held while singing “this is a work event”.

Twitter user and Channel 4 News political correspondent Liz Bates managed to record a group of protesters on White House and wrote on his profile, translated into Spanish, ”Singing ‘my name is Boris’ and ‘this is a work show’ outside Downing Street while maybe a few dozen Boris impersonators danced in the street. Totally real.”

Government apology

On Friday morning, Government apologizes to Buckingham Palace after it became official that the day before the funeral of the Duke of Edinburgh.

According to reports, two meetings were held at Downing Street, where the former Prime Minister’s director of communications, James Slack, apologize for the pain caused by one of the events. one of Prime Minister’s Spokesperson he acknowledged that “it’s unfortunate that this has happened, we have to meet the highest standards and take responsibility for things we don’t do well.”

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