Boris Johnson Liquor Party Video: A video of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is becoming very viral on social media. In which he is seen dancing with a woman. This video has come to the fore at a time when Johnson’s chair is in danger. He was accused of partying in 2020 at the time of Lockdown.
This party was done in the Garden of Downing Street, the Prime Minister’s Office. Johnson has also apologised in Parliament for this. People are telling this video of a new party, but it was found that it is nine years old when it was investigated.
Boris Johnson Liquor Party Video
The video is being shared fiercely in the UK. It is believed that this is the year 2013, which is once again making headlines. Posting this, a person wrote, ‘It was a work event going on in the basement.’
In this, Boris Johnson can be seen dancing with Janet Arnold OBE. She has been a member of the London Assembly since 2000. Although now rarely share the dance floor with Arnold Johnson in the future. Because he has condemned the party in lockdown by tweeting this week.
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Arnold Called for the Resignation
He wrote in his tweet, ‘I doubt whether the PM is that honest. If yes, it is a pity that he is not doing a good job. He has even talked about resigning from the PM (UK Party News). In the video, blue light is seen in Arnold’s hands.
This is a kind of prop given to the current PM by the late Christopher Lee. She has worked in many hit films. Many people are feeling the dance video of 2020, due to which they are expressing more displeasure towards the PM.
PM’s Chair in Danger
On the other hand, it is being said that in place of Boris Johnson, Indian-origin Finance Minister Rishi Sunak can get it. According to media reports, one of Britain’s leading betting companies, ‘Betfair’, claims that Johnson has not only come under the target of opposition parties due to partying during the lockdown but has also increased pressure on him to resign from his party. He is used to being. If Boris Johnson steps down, Rishi Soonak, Liz Truss (foreign minister) and Michael Gove (cabinet minister) could become prime ministers.