Photographs have been taken of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson drinking alcohol at a rally that took place during the second lockdown.
The photos, obtained by ITV News, show Boris Johnson holding a glass in his hand with at least six other people, around a table with several empty wine bottles, biscuits and chips, Sky News reports.
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In the photos, the group seems to be toasting for someone while Boris Johnson speaks. There is also a red ministerial box on a chair.
The meeting is said to have taken place on November 13, 2020, during the second national lockdown, when people were allowed to leave their homes only for a limited number of reasons, including work, if they could not work from home, and they were not allowed to visit other households, according to epicnews.ro.
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