Boris Johnson Apologises In House Of Commons For Attending Parties At 10 Downing Street During Covid-19 Lockdown, Opposition Calls For Him To Resign

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On April 19, Prime Minister Boris Johnson apologised to MPs in the House of Commons. PM Johnson has become the first British leader to be fined for breaking the law, reported AFP. The opposition wants PM Johnson to resign for the sake of integrity in politics. PM Johnson addressed the parliament for the first time since the April 12 fine. PM Boris Johnson said, “That was my mistake and I apologise for it unreservedly.” On April 21, MPs will hold a special debate into whether he misled the House of Commons when, in December, he denied ever breaking the rules, reported AFP. PM Johnson will be on an official visit to India by then. Watch the video to know more.