Sorry Dom! Former aide's revelations on the so-called 'Abba Party'

Sorry Dom! Former aide’s revelations on the so-called ‘Abba Party’ that were intended to topple Boris Johnson fall flat as it’s revealed the gathering wasn’t against the rules

  • Former Chief Advisor to the Prime Minister, Dominic Cummings party info fails
  • He says Abba played  Downing Street flat on the night he quit in November 2020 
  • Mr Johnson nor his wife were fined yesterday over the alleged victory party 
  •  Tories expect more ‘Dom-shells’ or photos of parties at Downing Street to come 

Dominic Cummings’ bid to bring down Boris Johnson appeared to have failed as the Prime Minister and his wife escaped a fine for their so-called ‘Abba party’.

The ousted adviser claimed that his departure from No 10 during the second national lockdown prompted the Prime Minister and Carrie to hold a victory celebration.

He claimed that music could be heard blaring out of the Downing Street flat on the night he quit in November 2020, with Abba’s Winner Takes It All rumoured to be among the songs playing.

‘If cops talk to people there that night, there’ll be witnesses who say, “We could all hear a party with Abba playing”,’ Mr Cummings, wrote online earlier this year. 

Former Chief Advisor to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Dominic Cummings claimed that music could be heard blaring out of the Downing Street flat on the night he quit on November 13, 2020  with Abba’s Winner Takes It All rumoured to be playing (pictured) makes a statement inside 10 Downing Street on May 25 2020

As the Metropolitan Police concluded its investigation into Covid law breaches in Whitehall yesterday, it emerged neither Mr Johnson nor his wife were fined over the alleged victory party.

But some Tories fear Mr Cummings could yet drop more of his threatened ‘Dom-shells’ – possibly including publishing previously unseen photographs of parties that took place inside Downing Street – if the Prime Minister escapes unscathed from next week’s report by Sue Gray.

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