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UK PM defiant in face of calls to quit over 'Partygate' culture


In a press conference, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson repeats his apologies after the publication of an internal inquiry by senior civil servant Sue Gray on lockdown-breaking parties at his residence of Downing Street, but maintains he believed they were "work events" and says he does not intend to resign "no matter how bitter and painful the conclusions of this may be".

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