Boris Johnson Set To Apologize For Partygate As The House Of Commons Reconvenes Following Easter Bank Holiday Weekend

The Prime Minister is expected by the opposition to apologize for hosting parties during lock-down, as the trend of “Rules for thee, but not for me.” continue to rustle feathers of ordinary John and Jane citizen across many countries, states, provinces, and other municipalities.

Labour and the Lib-Dems have accused Boris Johnson of misleading Parliament, not declaring any mass gatherings at Downing Street or Whitehall.

The Prime Minister has indeed stated that: “I'll set the record strait in the Commons, after Easter on Tuesday (Today) at 3:30pm”.

Labour Party leader Sir Keir Starmer said in an interview with ITV: “He's not just broken the rules, he's lied to the public and he's lied to Parliament.

Which last time I checked, is an oust-able offence”.

Starmer has also accused Boris Johnson of “Using the conflict in Ukraine as a scapegoat to cover himself from Partgate”.

That comment came after former health secretary Matt Hancock had adopted 5 refugees, which the opposition thinks is a tactic for the disgraced MP to regain public popularity.

Boris along with home secretary Priti Petal are also slated to address the controversial Anglo-Rwandan Trade Partnership, where the UK would send illegal immigrants and asylum seekers to the central African nation of Rwanda for much needed labour in the country in exchange for those goods to be sold to the UK at a low price.

Many in the opposition have called it “Evil”.

The Archbishop of Canterbury, head of the Church of England, even stated during his Easter Address that: “Sending these helpless asylum seekers and migrants to the land-locked African country of Rwanda isn't only cruel, but betrays the very tenants of Christianity and thus betrays God”.

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