While British power is entangled in “Partygate”, after recent revelations concerning parties organized in Downing Street, Internet users are doubling their inventiveness to make fun of the government. Faced with the controversy, Internet users remain as inventive as ever. In recent days, the page of 10 Downing Street, address of the residence of the British Prime Minister, accused of having hosted parties contrary to anti-Covid rules, has become the target of humorous comments. “Beautiful garden. Ideal for parties . Plenty of room in the fridge for wine,” one user wrote on the page. TripAdvisor of the historic site, in a comment spotted by the HuffPost. “The best and only party in London”, laughs another. Some even recommended the venue as a nightclub. The place was even recommended as a nightclub on the platform. However, the website seems not to have appreciated this humor. Indeed, the comments spotted by the media are no longer visible on the Downing Street page today.
Boris Johnson wants to save his skin
However, the “Partygate” affair continues to handicap Boris Johnson, who remains Prime Minister of the United Kingdom for the time being. But the pressure is only intensifying. He apologized to the Queen for throwing the parties while the rest of the country was in strict lockdown. As a reminder, one of the gatherings took place on the eve of Prince Philip’s funeral on April 17. He assures us that he was not aware of these drunken parties. To calm public opinion, Boris Johnson could, according to some British media, announce several measures, such as the ban on alcohol at 10 Downing Street or the freezing of TV license fees for two years. Some heads of his cabinet could also be dismissed, starting with his private secretary, Martin Reynolds. It remains to be seen whether this will be enough to keep it in place in the near future.
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