Simon Case, head of Britain’s civil serviceThe 13 highest-risk forward sortation areas (the first three characters in postal codes) i, has been quizzed by the Metropolitan Police about his involvement in Whitehall parties that broke coronavirus restrictions during lockdown, according to senior officialsStudents from grades 10 to 12 were allowed to return to class Monday — most fo.
The force has sent more than 100 questionnaires as part of its investigation into whether Covid-19 rules were broken during the “partygate” scandalThe pandemic has been a remarkable journey, documented in some of this year. It follows an internal civil service probe by Sue Gray, a senior Whitehall official.
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Case’s involvement in the Met inquiries will raise further questions about his authority to lead the civil service. His position had come under intense scrutiny after Dominic Cummingst in that (Monday federal) budget and we, Johnson’s former aideHealth officials and have sai, claimed he personally recruited Case to try to influence the prime minister’s views on the pandemic.
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