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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson issued a full apology but refused to resign after being fined for attending a June 19 party at Downing Street party during the height of the pandemic.
Johnson denied any wrongdoing and claimed that at the time he was not aware that he broke his government’s rules.
The event was a surprise birthday party for the Prime Minister.
It was not immediately clear how much Johnson’s fine was but it made him the first British leader to be sanctioned for breaking the law while in office.
When asked if he would resign he said that he paid the fine, he apologised but he would instead “get on and deliver the mandate” that he had, to tackle the country’s issues.