Liberal Democrat Leader Ed Davey has called for the Cabinet Office inquiry to be extended into all parties that took place in Number 10 last year, along with any that took place in other government departments.
It comes after Boris Johnson confirmed at a press conference today that he has only asked Cabinet Secretary Simon Case to look into the party that took place on December 18 last year, not an earlier gathering that the prime minister allegedly attended on November 27.
Liberal Democrat Leader Ed Davey MP said: "Boris Johnson has already done huge damage to public trust. Now he's making things even worse by dodging scrutiny about claims he attended other parties at Downing Street.
"The official inquiry must be widened to look into all the parties held in Downing Street last year and in any other government departments, including those that the prime minister allegedly attended
"The public are rightly furious that Boris Johnson thinks the rules don't apply to him. They deserve answers, not a Whitehall whitewash that lets the prime minister off the hook."
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