Outside the famous cathedral, the British leader was greeted with boos and whistles from a crowd.
BBC public broadcaster Jane Hill For his part, he commented that the Prime Minister is VIP guest only which received such a hostile reception.
The Prime Minister, who arrived with his wife Carrie at St Paul’s Cathedral for a Thanksgiving service, is booed by some in the crowd.’, the announcer of the same government station later tweeted, Victoria Derbyshire.
The Prime Minister is in the eye of the storm after the end result of an investigation into his participation in some parties held at the official residence of the British government during confinement due to the pandemic.
Johnson and his wife, Carrie, along with other high-ranking officials have been fined for violating regulations while in confinement due to the Covid-19 pandemic. “A full apology” He admitted that he did not abide by his rules, and made it clear that he had no intention of resigning from his position.
This is the first time a British Prime Minister has been punished in office for breaking the law when he was fined for attending his 56th birthday party in the Cabinet Office with his wife and chancellor. Rishi Sunak.
The investigation conducted by the Permanent Deputy Secretary of the Cabinet Office, So GrayA few days ago, I provided details of several meetings.
It concluded that alcohol consumption in Downing Street It was an exaggeration for the workplace and even less so during the lockdown as Britons were unable to see other people outside their homes due to pandemic rules.
According to the investigation, many of the events at the Prime Minister’s residence should not have taken place, and he said the behavior observed during these meetings was difficult to justify.
For the official, no one took into account the risks these meetings posed to the people’s health, nor the image they gave of the government.
Meanwhile, a proposal to place blame weighs on the British prime minister, after two lawmakers from his Conservative Party said they had lost confidence in his leadership over the ‘Party Gateway’ scandal.
For this reason, Johnson could be tried next week, and if he loses this proposal, he will be removed from the post of prime minister.
According to opinion polls, more than half of Britons want the prime minister to leave.