Boris Johnson apologizes again for attending meetings in confinement due to Covid-19 virus

Madrid, (EUROPA PRESS). – UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has reiterated his apology for attending social gatherings in full confinement due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and made it clear that he “didn’t think” of meeting in Downing Street on his birthday in violation of the restrictions.

The British prime minister appeared before the House of Commons for the first time since he was fined for breaching restrictions last week.

In doing so, he affirmed that he understood the pain and anger caused by the holidays and acknowledged that citizens have the right to expect “the best” from their prime minister. “It was my mistake and I apologize unreservedly for it,” he added, before indicating that he preferred to focus on the situation in Ukraine in his speech.

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