'Could there be a more disgraceful example of one rule for them, another for ...

'Could there be a more disgraceful example of one rule for them, another for ...
'Could there be a more disgraceful example of one rule for them, another for ...

Boris Johnson was blasted by a bereaved teacher who lost her father to Covid today, saying his actions left her feeling 'sick'.

Teacher Hannah Brady, 25, was among members of five families who met Mr Johnson at Downing Street last September to represent the Covid-19 Bereaved Families For Justice Group. 

Her father Shaun died in May 2020 and his  death certificate was signed on May 20, – the day Mr Johnson attended a boozy party in the garden.

Her loss was raised by Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer today as Mr Johnson made an embarrassing apology for his actions at the height of lockdown.

In a damning Prime Minister's Questions, Sir Keir described Mr Johnson as a 'man without shame', adding: 'Her father died just days before the drinks trolley was being wheeled through Downing Street.'

Ms Brady told Sky News: 'At the time, everyone would have known that going to a party was wrong, so how can those running the country have thought it was ok? 

'Could there be a more disgraceful example of ''one rule for them, and another rule for the rest of us''?

'To make matters worse, in September last year I sat in that same garden, looked the prime minister in the eyes and told him how my dad had died.

'He told me he had 'done everything he could' to protect my dad, knowing that he had partied in that same spot the very day that dad's death certificate was signed.

'It makes me feel sick to think about it.'

Teacher Hannah Brady, 25, was among members of five families who met Mr Johnson at Downing Street last September to represent the Covid-19 Bereaved Families For Justice Group.

Teacher Hannah Brady, 25, was among members of five families who met Mr Johnson at Downing Street last September to represent the Covid-19 Bereaved Families For Justice Group. 

Her father Shaun died in May 2020 and his death certificate was signed on May 20, – the day Mr Johnson attended a boozy party in the garden.

Her father Shaun died in May 2020 and his death certificate was signed on May 20, – the day Mr Johnson attended a boozy party in the garden.

Her loss was raised by Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer today as Mr Johnson made an embarrassing apology for his actions at the height of lockdown.

Her loss was raised by Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer today as Mr Johnson made an embarrassing apology for his actions at the height of lockdown.

Mr Johnson today finally admitted he went to a 'party' in the Downing Street garden at the height of lockdown - but argued he thought it was a 'work event' and 'technically' within the rules.

At a stormy PMQs, Mr Johnson said he wanted to 'thank' staff at the event in May 2020 but recognised that in 'hindsight' it should not have happened.

He said he understood public 'fury' and 'took responsibility', but said he had believed it was a work event.

'I bitterly regret it. I wish we could have done things differently,' he said.

However, backing

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